SCCA CAM-C Thread

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  1. kz

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    Thanks a lot - that answers my questions.
     
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    I personally got -3 deg with my MM plates measured by a Hunter machine and my own camber gauge. So the blanket statement that they only allow 2 degrees is not entirely accurate.
     
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    I suspect gutting the interior
    Question: Do the camber numbers specified by plate manufacturers refer to the range of "installed camber" they allow OR do they refer the range of adjustment they allow either plus or minus whatever the particular struts provide?

    For example if the camber with the stock or aftermarket struts and lowering springs is -1.25 deg would "2 deg adjustment" plates then allow up to -3.25 deg?
     
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    And they are here! Looks like I'll be getting that splitter extension afterall. FB_IMG_1574869962979.jpg
     
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    I'll have a serious set of wheels for this season of autocross...19x11 square with 305 'stones. Planning on making my first trip to Solo Nats too. MG_0052_800x.jpg
     
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    Nice! Did you find a deal on them somewhere this week?

    I'm looking at 2ea in 11.5 to go with the two SVE GT7 wheels in 11.5" that I have now.
     
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    About time . . . :like: :clap:


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    That I did. Far too good to pass on. I wasn't planning on buying till after bonus money came in February but I couldn't miss this.

    Now I just need some proper CAMC spring rates and the accompanying dampers. :captain:

    I think for this year I may stick with my current setup and plan on diving into the really good stuff next year. We'll see!
     
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    My Megan/Bilstien setup came with camber plates.
     
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    Hmmm...
    When I got the MM camber/caster plates installed, they were at -2.6 degrees camber before hitting the alignment rack.
     
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    I achieved -3.2 with my MM plates.

    "Limited to -2."

    Yeah notsomuch.
     
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    Well thats good to hear, ‘cause there were more than a couple reports of people getting only 2 deg of camber, including a local guy I know personally.
     
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