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      10-13-2016, 07:48 AM   #51
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There's no point on getting the adjustable valving with the V3. If you're not taking then the V1 will be perfectly tuned, maybe a bit on the mushy side. If I could do it over again, I'd do my ACS springs with an adjustable shock to soften the rear up a bit.
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What are you guys running coilovers using for camber plates and additional rear geometry adjustment?
What adjustable rear control arms do you guys suggest? I ended up buying the BC coilovers with upgraded Swift springs and am probably going to lower pretty aggressively.

I would really appreciate any solutions to resolve rear camber issues.

KMACs - $380 and a PIA to install


Cosmos Racing - $245 Is the brand to be trusted?
w w w.cosmoracing.com/productinfo.asp?cid=302&pid=2484
I'm partial to Rogue Engineering stuff. Ben makes some of the best suspension parts in the world
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