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For those that lower their car on coilover, what do you use to correct the rear camber?

I was told rear camber kit are not needed because the OEM links can be adjusted close enough to OEM alignment spec. Is this true?
 

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For those that lower their car on coilover, what do you use to correct the rear camber?

I was told rear camber kit are not needed because the OEM links can be adjusted close enough to OEM alignment spec. Is this true?
oem has as much alignment as most people will need. rear is recommended -1.5 camber (and -2.0 for the front) for most people, which is easily done on OEM

so no, you don't really NEED the camber kit
 

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Yeah, OEM setup is fine. There are two bolts in the rear links. One is camber centric and one is toe centric. Changing one will affect the other, so make sure to measure both as you go. I found that the relationship between the two is: Adding toe out increases negative camber and vice versa.
 

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Stock is -1 all around.
 
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