Note: We have had issues in the past with Bilstein changing thread pitches and sometimes diameter on the same shock models and now this issue has spread to the SpecE30 shocks. The threaded portion of the shock shaft can be either M12-1.25 or M12-1.5. Please use a thread checker before ordering to confirm your thread pitch.
For the longest time the Vorshlag E30 camber plate design wasn't legal for NASA SpecE30... that time is over! Below is our new camber plate design made specifically for the rules and strut style that are mandated in NASA SpecE30. Easily adjust camber and caster trackside with the legendary Vorshlag camber/caster plate design. Oversized spherical bearings are designed to withstand the rigors of track abuse. All components are plated for maximum corrosion resistance and long life.
This product entry is the one exception to the rule that: "Vorshlag camber plates must be used with our upper spring perches". Why? Because the NASA rules forbid modified spring perches in SpecE30. We don't like it, and it makes for a less than ideal design, but enough of your racers asked for it so we made a design that fit these class rules. No, these plates won't work with any other spring/strut combo, and no, it doesn't have the lifetime warranty of our normal designs. Its still better than your other options for this class.
Compatible with the springs and strut required for SpecE30 class only!
Note: Due to the large size of the OEM diameter springs and spring perches, the maximum amount of negative camber travel achievable is limited (this is the case with any camber plate). Their large diameter compared to linear coilover springs means that the springs and spring perches can contact the inside of the strut tower before reaching the most inboard position on the camber plates. Make sure to leave enough room between the strut tower and the spring perch to allow it to rotate under steering loads!