Originally Posted by Dudesky
^^^ Hard to say, each setup will differ slightly. In Spieluhr's case he doesn't have lowered springs so it shouldn't be a problem to align. In your case, the lowering springs may push the car's geomtery beyond the factory adjustable range
But then again, I don't hear too many people having to go with adjustable control arms after they lower their car.
OK lemme tell ya the car is low. and well the camber is wayyy out, but can the bars help at all i was reading this from UUC:
"Why use adjustable rear control arms?With a lowered car (either for street or track use), the non-adjustable original arms cause unwanted negative camber - the tops of the rear tires angle in too much, causing uneven tire wear and unwanted effects on handling. The adjustable rear control arm corrects this problem and can be tuned for any lowering, whether a street car ro a full-on race car through a +1.0° to -3.0° range
but im not sure how off i am..... does that mean those only work within that +1 to - 3 range ? Im freakin lost.