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Old 02-13-2011, 12:46 AM   #1
nickrice20
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Default RCE Lowering Camber Plates

As the title states these are The version 1 Race Comp Engineering front lowering camber plate. The plates came off of a 05 STI and they will fit may other years. A little wear on the inside lip of both plates from were the coil-overs rubbed slightly. The plates have about 10k miles on them. This is the thread with all the info you could ever need to know about top hat interchangeability.

http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show....php?t=1046375

Hers is what RCE has to say about them.

These front camber platers were designed to be used with a conventional spring, lowering spring or coilover. Made of aircraft grade T6 7075 alloy, these units alow up to -3 degrees camber. These come anodized in motorsport gold and work very well with lowering springs as they lower any car by 3/8" WITHOUT sacrificing suspension travel. Most other camber plates actually raise ride height.

Note: This part is intended for motorsport use on tarmac. Extended use on public roads in urban conditions, potholes, rallycross, and rough terrain may contribute to premature bearing wear or failure.


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Slight wear same on both plates nothing wrong structurally and this is out of sight once installed.
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Old 02-14-2011, 09:14 PM   #2
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