Strut bearing plate Camber Adjustment H&R Tripple "C"
b.benz at charter.net
Mon May 16 23:21:12 EDT 2005
From: SuffolkD at aol.com
Date: Mon, 16 May 2005 23:14:56 EDT
To: 200q20v at audifans.com, b.benz at charter.net, cpcycle at earthlink.net
Subject: Re: Strut bearing plate Camber Adjustment H&R Tripple "C"
Here's an interesting gizmo (although no listed 200 application)
In the H&R spring fitment catalog and on their website H&R has tripple C
Camber adjustment bolts $35, its a cam set up where the camber can be
adjusted.......assuming the need being addressed when lowering the car via
H&R lower springs.
The Audi fitments they list are B4 chassis and 80/90 Typ 89 1991 and up.
Would the strut assembly of the 200 be able to be modified easily to
incorporate these tripple C bolts to address Camber in lowered 200's?
under "tuning" assessories.
-Scott by BOSTON
Has any one here tried redrilling the bearing plates per Igor Kissel's
> drawing for the Urs 6 plates to give more adjustment for the camber?
Igor's plate mod accomplishes no more than does the easy outward slotting of
the plate's 3 mounting holes in the top if the strut tower, BTDT. The
limiting factor with either of these mods is that it will only allow an
additional strut rod movement of about 0.2" before the upper spring perch
hits the inner wall of the tower. Good for only <0.5 degree of + camber.
> Does any one have a picture of the strut bearing plate (from a 200tq)?
> Better yet does someone that has done the 2B camber plates have a couple
> of bearing plates they would like to get out of their garage
Don't bother, just slot the towers, a cheap mod.
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