I haven't got those SPC ez cam bolts and those spacers. Maybe that's may next project. Coilovers are BC Racing BR type. Thanks for the advice buddy. Here are some shots I took the other day. My camera-phone no good.Nah, 255 gives you the right overall diameter, keeps the wheels and tires from looking small, ESPECIALLY when you have an aero kit. Not to mention it is the perfect fit width for a 9" wheel.
I would buy two sets of the SPC ez cam bolts from the tire rack for $50 and crank them to the max for negative camber. Due to the location of the bolts vertically along the strut's axis, not only will it bring in the top of the wheel it will bring in the middle a bit too, so the whole front will come in helping with the poke.
Also something that makes or breaks flushness is simply having the same amount front and rear. So on the rear don't be afraid to add a 5mm spacer to the rear so it matches the fronts if you don't quite get there with the camber bolts.
The camber bolts and 5mm rear spacers will also improve the handling of the car noticeably.
Thanks for the photos by the way.
And the BC Racing coilovers come in two varieties, one with camber plates and one without. Make sure you get the right one.
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