Discussion in 'Fiesta ST Chassis Upgrades' started by moshaholic2, Jan 1, 2014.
I hate when I miss great deals, I don't even have the car yet but I would have snatched these up!!
So any updates on your Bilsteins? Did you install camber bolts? Hows the ride today now that they have broken in?
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Can anyone elaborate on the "camber issue"? Do these cause excess negative or positive camber? Negative I could live with.
well, since we now know 2011-2014 non ST Fiesta suspension parts will fit the ST, I guess I am ok to use my stock 2011 stuff on a ST for the winter. It really sucks I passed up the coil-overs, as they would have been great for the ST.
For camber, I would be happy with -1.5 to -2 degrees for street/autocross/track. I have my 2011 maxed out with the clearence holes to -1.2 degrees. My Mustang is sitting around -3 degrees.
The ride has been fine all winter. Once they settled I had to raise them just a little bit. Still at the camber from the initial install. I do have H&R camber bolts to install once my summer wheels/tires go back on for the ease of adjustability.
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