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Old 10-25-2006, 02:41 PM
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Are these still available for purchase.

Question: Spacers that you are talking about are only for the front, right?
Does that bring out the wheel our a little?

Question 2: Can people chime in on how the quality is on these. I need a front camber kit and was planning on getting the rear as well.
Does the rear have an issues as far as spacers? I don't have any room for my wheels to come out more than they are now.
Yes, we still have a few in stock currently.

The amount the spacers push the wheel out is negligible. Looks like the other questions have already been answered but if you have any further questions let me know.
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I'm very surprised you did not get better numbers with this kit. Especially with the camber. Is that the best your alignment shop could do? I hope SPC is not overstating their numbers.
The specs are definitely accurate. I am also suprised that the shop couldn't get the alignment closer to 0 but that may have been because there wasn't enough room for the wheel to clear the fender. Not really sure on that one. Recommend asking the shop about it.
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The service manual calls for the following specs.

Front Camber
Minimum − 115′ (− 1.25)
Nominal − 030′ (− 0.50)
Maximum 015′ (0.25)

Front Toe
Minimum 0 mm (0 in)
Nominal 1 mm (0.04 in)
Maximum 2 mm (0.08 in)

Rear Camber
Minimum − 145′(− 1.75)
Nominal − 115′(− 1.25)
Maximum − 045′(− 0.75)

Rear Toe
Minimum 0 mm (0 in)
Nominal 2.8 mm (0.110 in)
Maximum 5.6 mm (0.220 in)

My final measurements are well within specs. The car is rock solid and very smooth going down the road, even at triple digit speeds.

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The service manual calls for the following specs.

Front Camber
Minimum − 115′ (− 1.25)
Nominal − 030′ (− 0.50)
Maximum 015′ (0.25)

Front Toe
Minimum 0 mm (0 in)
Nominal 1 mm (0.04 in)
Maximum 2 mm (0.08 in)

Rear Camber
Minimum − 145′(− 1.75)
Nominal − 115′(− 1.25)
Maximum − 045′(− 0.75)

Rear Toe
Minimum 0 mm (0 in)
Nominal 2.8 mm (0.110 in)
Maximum 5.6 mm (0.220 in)

My final measurements are well within specs. The car is rock solid and very smooth going down the road, even at triple digit speeds.
Well that explains it.

As for triple digit speeds, look out for the blue and red. They seem to be out in full force here lately.
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FRICK! the other day i finished installing the spacers, and what do you know, ABS, VDC, and SLIP light all come on. but i was sure the positioning where correct. i check today, i look and see that the sensor was touching the white plastic thing. so i try and repostion it so it doesn't touch, and it can't. so i deside to use a rasor blade and shave off a little of the white plastic thing, so the sensor doesn't touch, i was sure that would solve the problem. NOPE. i'm sure i didn't break the sensors, because i was very careful. anyone know what i can do?
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i was only able to get -.5 camber in the rear with toe being at maximum out to 0 . does my wheel size make a difference?
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[email protected], can u chime in on this abs problem?
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um, is this what yours looks like guys?
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um, is this what yours looks like guys?
lol, yea mine looks similar. i think wat we both need is the pic of the spacing we get between the sensor and the hub. most likely ours is just far away.
i'll have time today after work so i'm gonna at least get a pic.
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^ yea but i don't know how we can get the sensor closer to the hub, the brackets don't really allow it, nor allow any modification.
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[email protected], can u chime in on this abs problem?
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Ok, I have spoken with SPC and there shouldn't be any issue with these as this is merely a spacer. The spacer is used to keep the sensor within the same distance from the hub as it is from the factory. The only difference is that it rotates the sensor 90 degrees.

We have had many customers install this kit without an issue. The only problem could be that the wrong bracket was used as they are side specific.

Let me know if you have any other questions.
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Let me know if you have any other questions.

can u tell by looking at Aleok's pics of the sensors mounted that he's using the correct sided bracket?

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