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Old 12-03-2007, 06:59 PM   #1
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Default Having camber trouble.

I included the link to the miata.net post, basically I can't get the camber in just one wheel on my car to go to in more than -3.4 degrees, while all the others are fine. Car is on Tein Flex, more info in thread.


Should I just order those bushings that were linked in my thread there or perhaps there's an easier solution? Ty..
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Old 12-03-2007, 07:32 PM   #2
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I'm stuck at 2.7 in the rears with Tein Flex. The bushings look to be the only option.
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I couldn't get the rear camber to go less than -2.7 until I raised the ride height 1/4", then I was able to dial in -1.8.
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I don't like those bushings. It relies on the camber bolt to keep the offset drilled sleeve from rotating, and if I know one thing about Miata suspensions - the camber bolts are hard to keep tight. The right way to do it, is offset drill the bushing material, install a set/stopper screw with the bushing installed where you want and use a normal "bearing" sleeve. I've used offset drilled bushings like this on more than one race car and they worked fine- NEVER moving. I've used the "wrong" design and could not keep them from rotating.

Here's the correct offset bushing design.
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