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Thought this video might be some help to others as it has been to me.

Explains how to install Eibach camber bolts and how to adjust the camber. Really helpful!



(more info: EZ Cams - 81240 - 81290 )


ABP also kindly posted their FRS settings a while back:


Front toe: 1mm toe out overall (0.5mm toe out each side)
Front camber: 1 degree negative each side


Rear toe: 2mm toe in overall
Rear camber: 1 degree negative each side


Thanks to Dave @ ABP for all his help :)
 

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Thought this video might be some help to others as it has been to me.

Explains how to install Eibach camber bolts and how to adjust the camber. Really helpful!


81240 / 81250 / 81260 / 81270 /81280 / 81290 - EZCam Installation Video - Specialty Products Company - YouTube

(more info: EZ Cams - 81240 - 81290 )


ABP also kindly posted their FRS settings a while back:


Front toe: 1mm toe out overall (0.5mm toe out each side)
Front camber: 1 degree negative each side


Rear toe: 2mm toe in overall
Rear camber: 1 degree negative each side


Thanks to Dave @ ABP for all his help :)
is this frs only for ctr as i have a cts 2.2
 

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Thought this video might be some help to others as it has been to me.

Explains how to install Eibach camber bolts and how to adjust the camber. Really helpful!


81240 / 81250 / 81260 / 81270 /81280 / 81290 - EZCam Installation Video - Specialty Products Company - YouTube

(more info: EZ Cams - 81240 - 81290 )


ABP also kindly posted their FRS settings a while back:


Front toe: 1mm toe out overall (0.5mm toe out each side)
Front camber: 1 degree negative each side


Rear toe: 2mm toe in overall
Rear camber: 1 degree negative each side


Thanks to Dave @ ABP for all his help :)
does this mean i can just fit these bolts and use the settings here and thats FRS done?
 

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does this mean i can just fit these bolts and use the settings here and thats FRS done?
No as shims are required to sort out the rear, also you need to find the geo settings that best suite you and your car.

These settings are generic and won't suite everybody IMO.
 
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