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Old May 16th, 2005, 05:50 PM   #1
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QUESTIONS :: HFP suspension for SEDANS

I have searched, searched, and searched some more. Found a bunch of bickering!
The best i can determine, for my 04 v6 sedan. Is that I will need to get a rear camber kit to accompany the HFP. Any sedan owners w/ HFP experience any other issues? How much did you pay for your installs, and was that including the rear camber? Thanks guys.
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Old May 17th, 2005, 05:27 AM   #2
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bump. I wanna know more about this too. Where do you buy the rear camber from?
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Old May 21st, 2005, 12:52 PM   #3
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The best i can determine, for my 04 v6 sedan. Is that I will need to get a rear camber kit to accompany the HFP. Any sedan owners w/ HFP experience any other issues?
Well, it seems to vary really..... people are having mixed results on the HFP kit. Some are falling within spec, not requiring a camber kit, and some others have needed one to get in spec. And there are probably some, like myself, that may not necessarily have required one, but decide it's the best way to go (maximum adjustability to dial the alignment in exactly).

I have the HFP suspension on my sedan, but can't provide you an answer to the camber kit question yet. I had the suspension installed not long ago, and was going to wait until after I got new tires a few weeks later before I bothered to have it aligned. Got my new 225/55's today, but I've now decided to wait on an alignment until after I get an Ingall's camber kit. My rears lean in just a very slight amount, not really noticable unless you are specifically looking for it. I'm guessing it may actually be within spec (it's that minor), but I'm just going to go ahead and get the camber (& toe too!) kit, so that the wheel can be adjusted back to how it was before the drop.... no lean whatsoever. The kit's only about $130 and I don't think it costs much to get it installed with an alignment, so I'm going to go that route. Imo, it's the "right" way to do it, which is how I prefer to do things (if you know what I mean).


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How much did you pay for your installs, and was that including the rear camber?
Paid $100 for my HFP install.... no camber kit installed. Yet.

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