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    Fuego + HEAPS of -camber= HEAPS OF FUN!!!!

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    Especially when you're pissed!?


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    Are you talking front or rear axle?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Europa
    Are you talking front or rear axle?
    Hoping the rear stays 0,0 for a while.I put some R2? lower arms on and the thing looks broken.Sick, but broken.
    I think the poor C-drives that were looking at an early retirement due to balding outer edge have had the crap scared out of them, and I'm amazed the car turns as tight on them.Boy will I have some fun when i get decent shocks happening,the alighnment sorted out a bit and some decent tyres.(and a little less -Camber)
    Anyone had any experience with offset camber bushes??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuey
    Especially when you're pissed!?
    fuego +HEAPS of -Camber + alcohol=DEATH.


    Is there a story to be told,here,Stuey?Not sure what you mean.
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    Your post was so obscure and incomplete I thought you must have been half cut.


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    I thought it was maybe some reference to the bendy back axles from handbrake turns. Still I guess that gives you +camber if it bends the way I think it would!
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    Sorry guys,I was running out the door when I posted that far too abreviated post.
    I am majorly impressed with the improvement in comfort over bumps with the different contol arms,From the Photo, you can see the fuego arm on the right, and the biggest difference is the length of the bush. fuego bushes are tinny compared with the r25 ones, and have a smaller bolt hole too.Also R25 seems to be a nylon bush and fuego is rubber.I wanted to just try them on without stuffing my chances of changing my mind so I had some sleaves made up out of old fuego parts.You can see one sticking out on the left.
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