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Ok, so I ordered the Sportlines after doing a bunch of research. They are supposed to lower my car 1.8".

Now my question is I know I need a camber kit but what do I need? Am I supposed to get the "pro-alignment kit" like the one on the Eibach site, or is a camber kit the exact same thing? And what is a good price for the kit?

I know i'm supposed to use the search, but I've been searching for a while on this and everything just seems very vague.
 

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SPC camber links are the way to go. They're adjustable so your alignment specialist can dial in the right amount of camber.

THMotorsports (forums sponsor) may still be selling them for $160 which is an excellent deal.
 

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i didn't know you HAD to have a camber kit with the sportlines. I was looking into them as well. How about the pro-kit?
 

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You can get away with any drop with out camber links but with a trade off of increased tire wear.

I strongly suggest the adjustable camber links that Daniel is speaking about so you can dial in as much camber as you want...
 

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Thanks guys, I just ordered them from THMotorsports.

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i didn't know you HAD to have a camber kit with the sportlines. I was looking into them as well. How about the pro-kit?
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with the pro-kit you should be fine without the camber kit. But with the sportlines its really strongly suggested as you will end up paying money for new tires...
 
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