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Old 07-28-2021, 03:31 PM   #1
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Need some guidance

2013 FR-S. So I have apexi n1 exv damper coilovers. I’m switching to a wider wheel, a 9.5 all around. I’m needing to get to a -3 camber on the front and back. I know I can get to -3 on the front easily. But on the back wheels, would I be able to just buy adjustable control arms to get me to -3 or would I need the CA’s and toe arms. Thanks.

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-3 is a lot of camber for the rear. You will need adjustable rear LCA's to dial camber. I would also recommend adjustable toe arms too. The max adjustment on the OEM toe arms is not enough when you start to run a lot of camber in the rear.
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Yes, you'll need adjustable toe arms as well as the LCAs
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