Originally Posted by ayousef
Thanks a lot for the suggestion, much appreciated.
Any idea if lowering the car (lowering springs) will effect its straight line traction from a roll?
Better late than never?
Lowering increase negative rear camber. The lower you go the higher the negative camber increases. The factory camber adjustment eccentrics have 1 degree of adjustment in them. For straight line power application we want the rear tire to be square to the road or track surface. That means we want to be -0.50 camber. Once you drop your 5th Gen an inch, you'll need the Justice Pete Rear Camber eccentrics with 2.00 degrees of adjustment to get there.