Competition Camber Plates 2.25" Liner Spring
The biggest problem with a strut type front suspension is the lack of camber gain. What is camber gain? Camber gain refers to how much negative camber is increased during the suspension’s bump travel. When cornering around a turn, the vehicle will roll causing the outside wheels to tip over in the same direction. This situation is causes the tire’s contact patch to lose traction with the ground resulting in understeer or “push”. On double wishbone suspensions, camber gain allows the suspension to have more negative camber during these rolling conditions, thereby planting the tire contact patch square to the ground resulting in increased traction.
A strut type suspension has little to no camber gain. As the suspension travels upward the camber angle stays the same. One way to counteract this problem is to induce more static camber. Static camber refers to the camber angle at static ride height. By adding more negative camber to the suspension you can optimize the tire grip for any type of rolling conditions.
This modification is a must for the track, autocross, or spirited canyon driving.
- Camber Adjustment range: 0° to – 3.8° (Only MINI’s equipped with Coilovers & Linear Springs can achieve over –2° due to spring diameter)
Visible Machined Tick Marks for Easy and Repeatable Camber Changes
Easy to Adjust. Undo 2 Hex Bolts for Each Side and slide!
Steel Base Plate Reinforces Strut Tower. No More “Mushrooming”
Stainless Steel Slider with Pillow Ball Mount.
Pillow Ball is replaceable.
Reinforced Spring Seat Included.
Street Driving: - 2°
Track & Autocross: - 3° or higher
Cars using coils overs should use the following camber plate kits:
Order 30830 for (Stock Style Spring Seat
Order 30835 for (2.50” Diameter) Linear Spring Seat