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I recently purchased those H&R Race Springs. The race springs have a lowering ratio of 2.0" F & 1.3" R. The H&R fact sheet on the race spring, said it may be required to adjust the camber, but the Sport spring with 1.5" F & 1.0" R fact sheet did mention anything about a camber adjustment.
What's your take on this??? Will I have to adjust the camber with the Race spring, if so I'd rather go with the Sport spring!!!
Your Ride: 92 525, 88 325 hardtop'ed vert and 83 320iS
If your lowering your car no matter what you do the camber specs are going to change.
I had my e30 lowered for a while and actually bought camber plates but never put them in. I changed back to stock anyway but you can always buy front camber plates and get a race shop to do an alignment for you. I doubt you dealer will with camber plates but who knows. For you rear camber you can adjust it with the lower control arm. Adjust it to specs, questionable but you can do better then it is.
1992 525i, 1988 Hardtop'ed Vert and 1983 320iS