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Old 08-11-2009, 10:04 PM   #1
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Default E30 Rear Subframe Camber & Toe Correction Kits - Starting @ $42.95 Shipped!

100+ kits in STOCK as of MAY 10, 2013

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These correction kits will bring your lowered E30's camber and toe measurements closer to stock alignment specs. They'll keep you from eating up tires unevenly.

Don't waste your time thinking about eccentric bushings to get the job done - They don't correct enough.

These kits will also fit E30 M3, E36 318ti, Z3, E28, E32 & E34.

The rear subframe will need to be removed in order to slot it and weld on these brackets. [You also have the option of shipping us your rear subframe - see "installation" below]

Brackets are made in the USA and are 100% machined. They are NOT "laser cut" and "bent" into shape.

These correction kits are SPEC E30 Legal!


Pricing:



Camber or Toe Correction Kit - Brackets Only, NO Hardware - $42.95 Shipped





Camber or Toe Correction Kit - Brackets WITH Hardware - $74.95 Shipped





Camber and Toe Correction Kits - Brackets Only, NO Hardware - $79.95 Shipped





Camber and Toe Correction Kits - Brackets WITH Hardware - $149.90 Shipped



Hardware includes 2/
4 Eccentric Bolts, 2/4 Eccentric Washers and 2/4 Lock Nuts.



Shipping:

Shipping via USPS 1st Class Mail for the $42.95 kit and USPS Priority Mail for all other kits is included in our pricing.


All orders ship out the next business day after payment is received.


International Orders ship out via International USPS Priority Mail.



Payment:

Please send your payments via Paypal to m3@e30tech.com or
order directly from the main page - http://www.e30tech.com/

International Customers
can now order directly from the main page under International Order E30 Correction Kit(s)


Installation:

DungeonMotorsport is also offering Camber and/or Toe Correction Kit Installations.

Ship us your rear subframe and we'll notch and weld on your correction kits.

Camber or Toe Correction Kit Installed - $175 [incl. parts & labor] + shipping back to you

Camber and Toe Correction Kits Installed - $325 [incl. parts & labor] + shipping back to you

If you have your kits installed by us, you'll need to purchase full kits with hardware which is included in the above pricing.

Media Blasting and Powder Coating are also available upon request. If you're interested in either or both, we will send for a quote at a local reputable shop.



Notes:

For those of you ordering brackets ONLY, you can get the Hardware - Eccentric Bolts, Eccentric Washers and Lock Nuts through Pelican Parts:

[IMPORTANT! - New BMW Parts Numbers as of October 24, 2012]

BMW Part # - 33321095102 - Eccentric Bolt - [2 Required per Kit]
BMW Part # - 33306786186 - Eccentric Flat Washer - [2 Required per Kit]
BMW Part # - 33326760668 - Self-Locking Collar Nut - [2 Required per Kit]

Real OEM Diagram for Eccentric Hardware


If you decide to install these kits on your own, then we recommend visiting the following link to get an idea of what you'll be doing:

IE Camber/Toe and Subframe Bushing Install, Final Pics NOW inside by e30guydownunder

http://www.s14.net/forums/showthread.php?t=21310

All kits will come with literature on how to properly install them.

NEW:
All kits now come with 1 year of Free Premium Membership. This includes 2 large white Dungeon Motorsport stickers.
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Old 08-12-2009, 11:53 PM   #2
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2 kits sold.

Pictures updated.

And you can now order directly from the main page - http://www.e30tech.com/
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Old 08-13-2009, 10:21 AM   #3
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Nice kit, reasonably priced too. Will keep this in mind
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Old 08-13-2009, 08:14 PM   #4
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What is the range of camber correction? Also, are they generally made to go more negative, more positive, or half and half with the camber?
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Old 08-14-2009, 12:10 AM   #5
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What is the range of camber correction? Also, are they generally made to go more negative, more positive, or half and half with the camber?
Range from the center of the bracket is roughly -0.6 to +0.6.

Your range of correction really depends on how you mount your bracket.

For the max amount of camber correction [~1.25] using the stock factory bolt hole, you need to mount the bracket so that the factory bolt hole in the mounting bracket becomes the new lower end of the oval correction bracket bolt-hole.

Like this:






For toe correction, you want the factory bolt hole to be in the center of the new bracket before you widen the factory bolt hole:

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Old 08-15-2009, 03:44 PM   #6
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whats the opinion on this kit, i cannot drive this car anymore till this issue is resolved to much on tires.
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Old 08-15-2009, 03:46 PM   #7
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Old 08-16-2009, 06:30 PM   #8
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still confused on how these actually work based on the pictures. it this axis of the bolt for the bushing changed? none of the pictures from this thread or the other show anything about the slot or whatever else needs to be modified.
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the thread i read states for camber max adjustment set the plate so the hole lines up with the bottom of the new plate you then cut the rest of it out to make the hole the same as the new bracket, and for toe you center it left to right and ream that hole out also, i am just concerned that there isn't enough adjustment to straighten my setup i may be wrong.
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the thread i read states for camber max adjustment set the plate so the hole lines up with the bottom of the new plate you then cut the rest of it out to make the hole the same as the new bracket, and for toe you center it left to right and ream that hole out also, i am just concerned that there isn't enough adjustment to straighten my setup i may be wrong.
so slot the hole, then the eccentric washer stops the bolt from sliding in it?
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