Which is the best rear camber kit? (6th gen coupe)
My sister just lowered her 98 coupe with Pro-Kits and Neuspeed Konis and her rear camber is -1.6°. Spec is -1.0° or below, so instead of rotating more frequently we'd rather get a camber kit. Which one is the best? I've found two from the more popular companies:
Ingalls Adjustable Rear Camber Link 38720 (polyurethane bushings) ~$190 shipped
*-1.5 to +3.0 adjustment
*"The ONLY Honda/Acura five link kit that properly adjusts camber and toe!"
SPC 67090 EZ Arms XR(tm) Rear Camber Control Arm ~$145 shipped
*Adjustment range: -2.00 degrees to +4.00 degrees.
*Simply replace the OE arm with the EZ Arm XR, and you can adjust the rear camber.
*An OE style ball joint is integrated in this arm.
For the most part they look similar, but is the toe adjustment the main reason that the Ingalls is significantly more expensive? If I recall the toe on both sides was within spec.
I'm not sure what is "better", but I have the SPC on my 99. I'm not sure why you would really need the toe adjustment of the Ingalls because you can use the stock toe adjustment just fine.
I've had my camber arms on for about a year and the only problem I see is that the ball joint is starting to weather a bit. Not sure how it's going to hold up over long term, but I'm keeping an eye on it.
Hope that helps a bit.
Maybe someone with the ingalls will post and you can get some more info.
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