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Max camber with Steeda Boss springs and MM C/C plates?

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Does anyone here have the Steeda Boss lowering springs installed along with MM C/C plates. I have read that the most camber you could get was -2 degrees before the Steeda spring actually hits the inner strut tower. Can anyone verify this? Possibly looking at installing the Steeda springs but I would like to be able to adjust the camber to my current -2.3 degrees. Thanks
I had the same problem. I went ahead and adjusted for max camber anyways and got around -2.4 degrees. They make some noise when turning sharp but didn't notice any problems on track. When I convert everything back to street settings, I will change the camber so they don't hit.

I wish I would have known about this problem before I bought the springs. I would have gone another direction.

I will say that running these springs with a square setup worked out perfectly. The Boss was completely balanced with no problems with oversteer. I had brand new NT01's which may have masked any handling problems. Once the tires start to give up a little, I will report back. Love the NT01s though!!

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