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    Hi folks - been meaning to ask you this question, I've recently aligned the car to factory specs - however, the techs say that the rear camber adjustments are maxed out and they cannot fully adjust the camber to absolute - currently sitting more -ve camber. Now, I have in the past had rear camber fully adjustable, but now they say cos of the age of car and components it is why they are maxed out. Now, is there any kits or technical components that I could fit onto the vehicle to allow camber to be fully reinstated? Also - for the front as well if I decide to do the back with aftermarket modifications. BTW - the car is stock, so it is not lowered.

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    Wait, so you want less negative camber?

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    You want some negative camber on a performance car... is the geometry done to original specs because maybe its suppose to have that camber...



    I like negative camber me!

     
     

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    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/BMW-E46-316-M3...#ht_1777wt_930

    You may find them cheaper too.

    (you can also find them more expensive, anodised in purple, with Deutsche Telecom's logo on them)
     
     

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    I know the M3 runs on -ve camber, but I want full control of adjustments instead of them saying ' it's maxed out from any more...so I guess that link to the camber links are the solution. Thank You.
     
     

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