C7 Adjustable Camber Lockout Kit, Front
Our C7 corvette camber slot lockout kit’s design is a more interesting option than the two out there now. (1)You need a set of 32 regular lockout plates to get these 8 settings. (2)There’s an octagon camber kit on the market that moves the setting a different distance every time you rotate & there’s an eight page instruction on how to figure it out. (3)Our set is only 8 identical pieces with hardware, with nothing to loose because it’s all bolted to the car and all 8 settings found in the yellow on grey diagram image in the gallery. All moves are a consistent 2.8mm. 9mm thick 6061AL with 12.9 grade 130 length M14 hex bolts, flatwashers, and lock nuts. You get everything you need for both front lower control arms. The negative camber is a combination of the ride height, shims or no shims in the upper arm, and the subframe slot position. We use the full subframe slot width of 19.5mm on centers subframe slot while the OEM eccentric bolt uses 18.64mm of the slot width. On the more negative side that’s just going to increase by half the difference since the eccentric bolt exists on the middle of the full slot width. You can get increased negative camber movement on the lower arm versus the OEM eccentric bolt from this lockout set. Our car got 0.65 degrees of change per setting or a range of 4.55 degrees on the lower arm only. Stock ride height is -3.2 degrees camber at the max setting, 2" lowering gets -4 degrees and at a full compression travel of 4 inches below stock static ride height is -5.75 degrees from natural camber gain due to the slort(upper)/long(lower) arm combo built into this double wishbome car.