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Camber Kits and Camber Adjustment

Discussion in 'VZ Holden Commodore (2004 - 2006)' started by impulsive, Dec 20, 2010.

  1. impulsive

    impulsive Alloytec Racing

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    Just curious, i have always thought that there was some minor ability to adjust the camber on the rear of the VZ Commodore, is this correct, or the only way to adjust camber is by installing a camber kit.
     
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    toe can be adjusted on VZ's not camber.
     
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    richardpalinkas Blown Alloytec

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    how can the toe be adjusted? getting bad inner tyre wear
     
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    impulsive Alloytec Racing

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    take it to the shop... i dont think its something a novice such as yourself should be tackling.. bwahahaha noob!!
     
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    richardpalinkas Blown Alloytec

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    eat a dick homo! maybe ur painted engine covers will add 50 horse powers along with the sweet speaker cables, did u notice a gain top end?
     
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    impulsive Alloytec Racing

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    well i found that i lost quite a bit on my 0 - 100, maybe the speaker wire is heavier.. and my 50hp's adding Painted Engine Covers are off at the moment to reduce engine temperature, they also make the car lighter so i dunno whats going on.. but i tell ya what, i put some police spec brake pads on tonight, they stock the car on a 5 cent piece, so it means i can get more Killa Moths out of the car before i have to anchor is for the next apex around Mt Glorious.

    Hectik night brew
     
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    richardpalinkas Blown Alloytec

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    lol killa moths
     
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    you can fit an adjustable bush kit to the outer mounts for camber adjustment.
     
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    Just book into a suspension place mate, there are toe links that can be adjusted to help with your tyre wear.
     

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