Camber Plate- Sport BMW 1998-2002 BMW Z3 "M" Coupe (Pair)
A work of art, carved from a single piece of billet aluminum. That is one way to describe the new street/touring camber plate from Ground Control.
Fits entirely within the stock reinforcements, and is adjustable through a range of 0.5 to -2.6, (at lowered ride height) and can be reversed for zero camber like the stock 96-99 M3. No bearings, and is rebuildable unlike the stock parts.
GC RACE (or hybrid) camber/ caster plates have a large range of adjustment for caster. This is because the type of person who has a true coilover kit, where the spring rate can be selected and changed, may also be able to utilize the range of caster for experimentation and adjustment.
The GC Street/Sport camber plates have a range of caster adjsutment that is intentionally limited. The caster range allows the car to be aligned, and adjusted, but not enough range for experimentation. The reason is that a person who does not choose their spring rate, is not the person who should be experimenting with caster. Caster ALWAYS changes the toe-in and bumpsteer, and the entire car must be realigned after adjusting. The intentionally limited range of the STREET/SPORT camber plates allows the caster to be adjusted to compensate for factory deviations, but without allowing the caster to be adjusted to a specification that is out of the comfort zone of a driver who is not used to the pitfalls of experimentation and testing.