Maybe you need to clarify your question
None of the parts you mentioned would have any impact on the coil covers
So I guess that we are scratching our collective heads trying to figure out your question
Not trying to start an argument but anyone that track/race cars will tell you the same thing, camber bolts are ok on the street with street tires but they don’t belong on a track, especially if using track tires
I bet you that what they did to add extra camber, more than the bolts allowed, was...
Sorry but the right way, especially for the track, to add negative camber is NOT to use what you call “service bolts”
But rather camber plates
The service bolts that replace the strut to spindle bolts are weaker than the original because they need to have a smaller od in order to modify the...
It’s not pipe thread for sure. It’s why you have an o-ring for sealing. Also the length of the part that screw in the valve cover is critical because you have a 1 way silicone valve at the bottom of the valve cover hole
I don’t think that some cars puke from the driver side and some don’t..
It’s all based on sustained high rpms combined with high lateral loading.
Either you reach those critical parameters or you don’t
If it wasn’t for the California Air Resource Board, the air in most of California would be so polluted that it would be deadly
I remember living in LA back in the early eighties when the pollution was so bad that you couldn’t even see the nearby mountains
Do you really think that the progress...
If you have no oil in the driver side when tracking the car is simply because you’re not going fast enough
As a matter of fact I ( and some other friends) had to use the gt500 aluminum valve covers, that have a much better baffling system with quite a few one-way drain valves, to stop the...
You need the same support on a track for open tracking than for racing
You can’t drive well if you have to brace yourself because your body is not held in place by a racing seat and a 5/6 pts racing harness