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36SlaMMed
12-27-2003, 02:49 PM
Just wondering how those camber kits are doing for all the people who purchased them. Im thinking of getting one if there are no complaints and if there are anymore available. I dont remember who was selling them but if there are anymore Ide be interested. J Irwan did you purchase this upgrade and if so what do you think of it?


thx

jnolte
12-27-2003, 02:56 PM
DAMN ur "thinking" of getting everything, but what i have learned is u just gotta do it.

But three point six did a install use THE SEARCH!! SpeedyBenz sells them.

Rocky
01-08-2004, 08:22 AM
Originally posted by jnolte
DAMN ur "thinking" of getting everything, but what i have learned is u just gotta do it.

But three point six did a install use THE SEARCH!! SpeedyBenz sells them.

Memories of when Jnolte was new to the site hehe and everyone was dogging him for it. Now the role's reversed haha.

Glad you made it Jnolte :)

Tump43
01-09-2004, 07:16 AM
I've got the adjustable rear camber arm kit on my car -- It's fantastic -- go ahead and get it, if Speedybenz has any left.

Car tracks better, rear tires last longer -- if your car is lowered you definately need this kit.

marc

cthirtysizzle
01-09-2004, 04:53 PM
Does anybody on this forum have a camber plate? I was talking to someone w/ a lowered C36 who had a camber plate on his ride and he seemed to be happy with, but I'm not really sure what they are or how they're used...

J Irwan
01-09-2004, 05:01 PM
Originally posted by cthirtysizzle
Does anybody on this forum have a camber plate? I was talking to someone w/ a lowered C36 who had a camber plate on his ride and he seemed to be happy with, but I'm not really sure what they are or how they're used...


are you sure its camber plate..not camber bolt..??


camber plate is usually for a strut designed suspension , in which normally for front application.


I don't think you could use a camber plate for W202 application..


to make sure you understand what I am talking about below is a pic of ground control camber plate for E36 M3 application ;)


http://www.the-welters.com/racing/gc-installation/image002.jpg



Regardz,

cthirtysizzle
01-09-2004, 05:28 PM
Originally posted by J Irwan
are you sure its camber plate..not camber bolt..??
Regardz,

What's up J Irwan, it could be a camber bolt, I'll ask him again to make sure.

MRP Motorsports
01-09-2004, 06:48 PM
These are the camber plates I make for earlier chasis cars such as the 201 and 124. These are Mercedes specific with asymetrical bolt configuration.

http://www.mrp-engineering.com/images/237_MRP_Camber_Plate_Top_II.JPG

They dont work on the 202 because they use a double arm configuration in front and 5 link in the rear. Both use shocks not struts. Struts are not only a dampener but a structural member to the susupension. The position of the strut not only effects the camber but also caster.

J Irwan
01-09-2004, 07:00 PM
Originally posted by MRP Motorsports
These are the camber plates I make for earlier chasis cars such as the 201 and 124. These are Mercedes specific with asymetrical bolt configuration.

http://www.mrp-engineering.com/images/237_MRP_Camber_Plate_Top_II.JPG

They dont work on the 202 because they use a double arm configuration in front and 5 link in the rear. Both use shocks not struts. Struts are not only a dampener but a structural member to the susupension. The position of the strut not only effects the camber but also caster.



hey man

that is some cool stuff you have there...and yes you're right

camber plate affect changes in caster as well.. :)

Regardz,

MRP Motorsports
01-09-2004, 07:09 PM
Thank you.

All the R&D and testing consumed several hundred hours this past year.