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PostPosted: Wed Apr 29, 2015 12:48 pm 
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Has anybody used these on their 510. Looking for input?

https://technotoytuning.com/nissan/510/negative-camber-roll-center-adjusters-ncrca-datsun-510


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 29, 2015 3:00 pm 
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Why do you believe you need them?


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To gain negative camber where rules don't permit the use of adjustable lower arms.

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 29, 2015 6:08 pm 
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Changing the roll centre on the front of a lowered 1600 to be higher than off the deck is always a good thing.
Let us know how you go!

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They're just bump steer spacers with offset strut mounting holes. Haven't heard anything bad about them and probably good for an extra degree or so neg camber...


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I've never seen these before, I think it's a great concept. Personally I want more negative camber but don't want to run rose jointed LCA's due to increased road noise (so I've heard).

Would these require any supporting mods?

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 30, 2015 4:14 pm 
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All I know is whats in the link but I cant imagine any supporting mods would be needed. The only thing to check id say would be guard clearance.

Camber amount as in listing
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These Negative Camber RCA's will provide 2.8 degrees of camber on a car dropped 2". On a car dropped 3" they will provide 3.1 degrees of negative camber (these figures are IN ADDITION to the camber your car already has, so if you already have 1.2 degrees of camber at 2" drop, then you would have 4 degrees overall of negative camber)

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I'm a bit doubtful of those camber claims.
In my past experience moving the top of the strut 10mm only gave approx. 0.5degree of camber. So even if that spacer was say offset 30mm it would only give you around 1.5degrees etc.
Let us know how you go though. I saw these a few years ago for sale in japan and always wanted to try them out...


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