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hey CR i am planing to buy a camber kit for my front and coilovers but i am not sure what the best/ cheapest set up would be... my budget is around $1000.. soo my question is where could i get an ok set of camber kit and ok coilover??? or if anyone is selling it let me know!!!
 

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hey CR i am planing to buy a camber kit for my front and coilovers but i am not sure what the best/ cheapest set up would be... my budget is around $1000.. soo my question is where could i get an ok set of camber kit and ok coilover??? or if anyone is selling it let me know!!!
There is no such thing as a "camber kit" for a Miata.

Repeat it until you get it.
 

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There is no such thing as a "camber kit" for a Miata.

Repeat it until you get it.
ISC Racing sells offset control arm bushings that can give you about 1.5 degrees more camber than the OEM setup can.

V8Roadster sells tubular control arms that will give you much more adjustability including more camber, but they would exceed the $1000 budget when combined with coilovers of any kind.
 

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hey CR i am planing to buy a camber kit for my front and coilovers but i am not sure what the best/ cheapest set up would be... my budget is around $1000.. soo my question is where could i get an ok set of camber kit and ok coilover??? or if anyone is selling it let me know!!!
hey you noob!! Welcome to our lovely site. You just landed yourself in a car that doesn't have MacPherson strut front suspension. So why don't you spend a couple of days searching and reading about double wishbone/unequal length A-Arm and you will find out that we have camber, toe, and caster adjustment on all 4 corners already.

While you are at it, don't fucking ask for the cheapest set of coilovers like a 2 year old baby who still needs me to put a spoon in their mouth. If you want help try give us a few pointers:

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ISC Racing sells offset control arm bushings that can give you about 1.5 degrees more camber than the OEM setup can.

V8Roadster sells tubular control arms that will give you much more adjustability including more camber, but they would exceed the $1000 budget when combined with coilovers of any kind.
Don't try to be a baller, offset control arms are completely different from a camber kit.
 

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Redem better not use potty mouth words, they give Infractions for that now.
 

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i suggest megan coilovers if your on a budget, you won't be disappointed, unless you are a "hardcore" track person. Nothing but good feedback on people who actually own the megans

go search up some megan coilover reviews for the miata

or you can get racelands.. but i dont think they are worth it anymore, the price went up. and if you get those you are gonna want some ISC tophats.


/don't get your feelings hurt :p
 

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i was actually doing research.. i am most likely gonna go the megans ezstreet they are about $650... what degree would be best?? btw i have a 1993 na with xxr 002 15x8 0 offset..



 
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