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  1. #151
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    Quote Originally Posted by hinrichs View Post
    How much camber are you running out back? Doesnt look like too much to me but kinda hard to tell in the pics.
    My camber gauge maxes out at -5 lol I would guess I'm about -6 or -7 in the back...so a lot.


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    I am at -6 in the front of mine, yours have a couple degrees on mine for sure lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by cblock406 View Post
    My camber gauge maxes out at -5 lol I would guess I'm about -6 or -7 in the back...so a lot.
    Oh damn haha. Im the weird guy on here running like -1.5 out back and -3 (which isnt enough) up front
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    I've been messing around with the suspension a bunch over the last couple weeks trying to get it dialed in better and I think I'm almost there. I was able to take out some of the rear camber and I ended up using a 5mm spacer in the front. Pretty happy with how it is sitting now.







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    That fitment is perfect, damn
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    Looking awesome! Cant wait to see it in person!
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    I am a 18s kind of guy, but I'd rock your specs all day long if I had another e36, just 1/2" higher and static
    Really elegant way to pull off such an extreme stance

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    appreciate your perfectionism.

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    Nailed it!!! <3
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    Quote Originally Posted by cblock406 View Post
    Thanks!

    Making progress!






    And started putting the interior back together now that all of the lines and wiring is ran.

    Nice shot man! I love your car
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    Quote Originally Posted by hinrichs View Post
    That fitment is perfect, damn
    Quote Originally Posted by xxcody2130xx View Post
    Looking awesome! Cant wait to see it in person!
    You will definitely see it at Leavenworth. Last year I was still putting the car back together the night before we left, happy to not be doing that again lol.

    Quote Originally Posted by Fruttolo View Post
    I am a 18s kind of guy, but I'd rock your specs all day long if I had another e36, just 1/2" higher and static
    Really elegant way to pull off such an extreme stance
    Quote Originally Posted by Miroteknik View Post
    appreciate your perfectionism.
    Quote Originally Posted by Steven_318ti View Post
    Nailed it!!! <3
    Quote Originally Posted by davidradio View Post
    Nice shot man! I love your car
    Thank you for the kind words everyone! Feels good to have it to this point and hope to have some fun with it this summer.


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    I love the way this thing sits... I too have a sedan and I am in love with it.

    On a side note, it's so cool that you kept the stock bumper! It looks great on low E36s.

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    Absolutely beautiful! Great work.

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