One member on my350z.com managed to get a set shipped from Japan, cost was very reasonable $400. Adam at Z1motorsports says he expects them in anytime yet. We are waiting work on exactly how much camber they can adjust for. About time that something came out for less them $800 that is quality built. :clap:
The key thing to look at if you are interested in taking camber out is the ball joint package design. It needs to be a tight package for it not to bottom out on the chassis when the suspension is compressed. From the picture those arms will not allow for taking much camber out of the front.
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