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FS Dpro rear Camber plates 1.8-2.0 degrees nominal negative Camber for your FiST! Dog Days of August Sale!

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Ok I made these for my car and I had to make a run of them heres your chance to join in the fun of more grip in the rear in corners! A more planted feel, less twitchiness,! I am Drift Freaq on Zilvia and known for my urethane 240sx SR KA engine and trans mounts.

These will give you approximately 1.8 degrees of negative camber at the most.

They have been autocross tested and track tested.

I should add removing the backing plate is wise to make ABS will work. Some people have ran then with their backing plate and not had their ABS
come on. If you do that you are being forwarned it could trigger your ABS light and your ABS would not work.

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$85 shipped. Paypal is dpro@dslextreme.com D5EE2763-30B4-4182-A69A-4774FAC7FA21.jpeg

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Any modifications needed for the install or just plug and play?


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Any modifications needed for the install or just plug and play?


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You bolt them on. I will be putting a set on my car very shortly and another local person is as well. So we will be talking more about them.
 


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You bolt them on. I will be putting a set on my car very shortly and another local person is as well. So we will be talking more about them.
Okay. @Peterson's comment has been consistent with other versions so that’s my main concern. Keep us updated! Maybe photos of the install?


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In order to not make your ABS go crazy, you have to remove the rear brake dust shields. The spacer takes their place.
This is debatable as there is a member here in Santa Cruz that uses some and retained his dust shields and has autocrossed a full season with no issues. I am talking to him about placement as I think putting the plate underneath would causes issues vs putting it on top.
As soon as I have more info I will update as I will also be doing mine shortly as well as others reporting back.
 


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This is debatable as there is a member here in Santa Cruz that uses some and retained his dust shields and has autocrossed a full season with no issues. I am talking to him about placement as I think putting the plate underneath would causes issues vs putting it on top.
As soon as I have more info I will update as I will also be doing mine shortly as well as others reporting back.
weight reduction on your rear corners? 😂
 


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Take the tire off. Take the 4 bolts off from behind the wheel hub. Whack it with a hammer till it falls off. Take off dust shield. Replace with plates. Put back together.
Really? No issues with ABS sensors or any interferences at all?


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What are these made out of? Any concerns with corrosion?
these are mild steel and where they go on the car corrosion should not be an issue.
Honestly not that big of a deal considering the rear makes a hell of a lot less dust than the front.


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Technically dust shields is a misnomer. As they are not there to keep dust off ones wheels.they are the backside of your rim and rotor. Its actually a rock shield to keep crap off your rotors.
Truth be told most people that run large rotors and brakes usually remove them anyways.
like you said above and its true not much brake dust comes off the back side of ones rotor.
 


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these are mild steel and where they go on the car corrosion should not be an issue.


Technically dust shields is a misnomer. As they are not there to keep dust off ones wheels.they are the backside of your rim and rotor. Its actually a rock shield to keep crap off your rotors.
Truth be told most people that run large rotors and brakes usually remove them anyways.
like you said above and its true not much brake dust comes off the back side of ones rotor.
@Dpro - You make the camber plates and I'll find a way to make a modified dust/debris shield to combine for a complete mod kit ; ).
 


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@Dpro - You make the camber plates and I'll find a way to make a modified dust/debris shield to combine for a complete mod kit ; ).
Thats an Idea I did install my Camber plates with the backing plate and my abs light did come on,
So basically its hit or miss on if someones will but I recommend not using the stock backing plate which is actually just a stone guard. It is not a dust shield lol.

anyways updated price people now $89 shipped 1.8 degrees negative camber with these plates installed.
 


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