Sorry to overstep my bounds as a newbie but I’d like to figure out a legal way to get -3.5 camber before I go to comp school in April. I would be surprised if it helps very much but why not be able to slot the strut tower holes in any direction we want. Maybe I can get a combination of enough caster and camber to work effectively. Its fine the way it is on 225/45/17 but I anticipate a lot more tire rollover running the spec size.
184.108.40.206.2. Any adjustable or fixed camber/caster plates are allowed, unless specified in
a) They must be installed in the location intended by the manufacturer, per their
b) The three front strut mounting holes may be slotted laterally, only to enable more
range of camber adjustment.
“b) The three front strut mounting holes may be slotted.” is all that b) needs to say. My offset fcabs move the whole strut a little bit forward. If I could move the top back a little it may help stop my top spring perches from rubbing. At the very least it will increase caster which decreases the need for camber adjustment. Why it says they can only be slotted laterally makes no sense to me. The rule already allows slotting so doing so longitudinally has no effect on cost.
yeah or neigh?