I am seriously considering putting on Eibach Pro-kit springs with KYB AGX struts next month. Gotta stop that squat when I shift! Seems they get the best reviews...
My question is: Will I absolutely need to purchase the additional camber adjustment pieces? If so...whose?
'91 Talon Tsi AWD
09-09-2000, 07:00 PM
Funny I just put in my SUS. on my new car 91 tsi.....well with the Eibach I dont think you would have much camber because it doesnt go to low, but if it is really bad I like mine I am going to get the turbo trix set up from JEFF.
Yeah that's why I'm wondering if I truly need them. The Pro-kit only drops 1" all the way around, supposedly.
09-09-2000, 08:20 PM
Yeah my drop was about 2" with a set of SHYT(IN) TRAx. and the back got a little cambered out just enough to notice it. But Since that Kit only drops An inch you will most likely get away with it.
09-09-2000, 11:57 PM
I have been told by guys with Pro-Kits on there 2g that the camber remained in spec. I would do it and get it checked before buying the camber correction kit.
09-13-2000, 10:08 AM
Van you will need a camber kit. I already posted after your message in the other lowering springs thread. As I said in that post, my friend with a 2G and those springs had wear problems and his camber is as far positive as it can be without a camber kit. Granted it took probably 20-25K miles to get this way, but the inside edges wore out WAY before the outsides, all the way around. I would call Stillen and get their front camber kit, +/- .75 degrees for something like $80 for both side of the front. I would do the rear camber yourself. Check out the 2G Go Faster page for Alex's description. Ingall's Engineering also makes great camber kits, more $$ than Stillens, though.
I run the Eibach ProKit with GAB shocks (supposed to be *very* similar to the AGX) on a 92 Eclipse GSX and was able to get the car aligned to specs (just barely) without any kind of adjustment gizmos.
09-13-2000, 08:14 PM
Do any of you guys who are running Eibach Pros also have a Thermal exhaust? if yes, do you bang it often. This is the setup I'm planning on installing.
09-14-2000, 03:00 PM
"Check out the 2G Go Faster page for Alex's description"
Anyone have this web address?
09-14-2000, 03:13 PM
<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>"Check out the 2G Go Faster page for Alex's description"
Anyone have this web address?<HR></BLOCKQUOTE> www.jumptronix.com/2g_go_faster/index.htm (http://www.jumptronix.com/2g_go_faster/index.htm)
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09-24-2000, 11:48 PM
I believe the MacPherson-type suspension on the 1G doesn't give as much negative camber when lowered than the 2G Multilink setup does. That's why you can lower a 1G 1 inch and have the camber change half a degree and drop a 2G an inch and have the camber change close to 2 degrees. It's a completely different suspension setup between the two cars.