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Camber in a 95 coupe

 
Old 05-17-2019, 06:38 PM
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Hey Guys,

I知 running a 95 civic coupe on dirt and I知 looking to change the camber without using a camber kit. Is heat and bending the preferred method or would I be better off to drill the holes out? I知 thinking the heating method would weaken it in the case of an impact. Any thoughts?
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Old 05-17-2019, 07:09 PM
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is this a serious question? Stop being cheap and buy the right part instead of ghetto rigging crap.
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Old 05-17-2019, 07:58 PM
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I'm not even sure what "on dirt" means

EBay for cheap camber kits.

Technically the 92-98 cars ran so much positive rear camber you shouldnt need a camber kit of you have a conventional lowered setup.

I have a hunch you are going to **** up the car and run a stance boi setup
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No my dirt oval track doesn稚 allow for camber kits so no ghetto nothing. Stock everything.
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No my dirt oval track doesn稚 allow for camber kits so no ghetto nothing. Stock everything.
Oh ok makes more sense now. So can you run an adjustable upper ball joint on the front? And yes you would want to heat up and bend the upper rear control arm to give you some negative rear camber
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Default Re: Camber in a 95 coupe

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Is heat and bending the preferred method
No

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would I be better off to drill the holes out?
Drill what holes out?

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Any thoughts?
If you can't put a camber kit on I guess you can't change the camber
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