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Old July-7th-2017, 10:20 AM   #1
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question about lowering mazda 3 hatch

I have heard that lowering your car causes camber? can someone clear this up if it does or doesn't and the best way to do it and the cheapest.

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Old July-13th-2017, 11:07 AM   #2
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Lowering your car causes negative camber. The bad news is it's not really adjustable on a stock 3. The good news is there are options to straighten everything out. The other bad news is it's gonna cost you a few bucks...like 500+

Rear (you need 2)
SPC Camber Arm: MS3, Mazda 3

Front:
https://corksport.com/corksport-mazd...er-plates.html

If you plan on lowering your 3, I'd look into a set of good coilovers. It'll most likely be cheaper in the long run.
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