Join Date: Jan 2006
Location: Easton, MD
Car Year: 2004
Car Model: FXTi
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[QUOTE=singincanary;169108]Would you be able to correct the additional negative camber with camber bolts? I may be doing some auto-x this summer, so maybe the negative camber would be beneficial?
And I just want to be clear, if using a WRX suspension, '05+ WRX Sedan struts with Wagon springs is the best combo, correct?[/QUOTE
The negative camber could be corrected, preferably with camber plates in front and adjustable lateral links or camber plates in the rear. Camber bolts can and do slip. The problem with using camber plates in the rear is that they have known clunking problems.
But this is a situation where you are adding an additional degree of negative camber. Do you really plan on running -3 degrees plus of negative camber?
Yes 2005+ WRX sedan struts with WRX wagon springs would be ideal. The most ideal, but significantly more expensive, springs would be WRX STI wagon springs (either US aftermarket STI or JDM OEM STI). I'm guessing you could find takeoff USDM WRX wagon springs for free-$50.