E36, E46, E81-E93 Excl. E36 320,325 (1991 – 6/1992 see 192316–1J), E36 “M” / Z3 “M” (see 191916–2L), E46 “M” / E82”M / E90 – 93 “M’ (see 193616–2L)
PRODUCT: BMW E36, E46, E90, E91, E92, E93 Front Camber & Caster Kit – Steel with H/Duty ball race thrust bearings. Encased in elastomer for day to day commuter usage.
FEATURES: Simply replaces the existing Camber Caster Strut Top Mount (no modifications). Reinforcing the strut towers and with the unique K-MAC patented design providing the biggest (and quickest) adjustment range of both Camber and Caster. Street/Race settings can be recorded and changed in 30 seconds – just the time taken to loosen the 3 top mount nuts. Another K-MAC Patented design feature allows this fast adjustment to be made accurately under load.
RESULT: Finally – The adjustment capability to resolve costly premature edge tire wear and steering pull. Day to day commuting, encountering high cambered roads, altered height through load carrying or lowering, fitting wide profile tires / wheels, and curb knock damage. Along with the ability to improve traction understeer / oversteer.
-and REAR KITS!
SIMPLY THE BEST
– K-MAC are the Actual Inventors / Patentees for all the major suspension design breakthroughs (see “About Us”
). What you would expect from a company with proudly “in-house” manufacture, not imported/relabeled, along with being the longest established, most experienced performance bushing and adjuster kit manufacturer. This combined with constant proving, developing in all out 10/10ths competition racing allows K-MAC to be always 1st with the latest design breakthroughs!
*ALSO SEE COMPLETE RANGE OF “FRONT AND REAR BUSHINGS” All the very latest K-MAC design breakthroughs to resolve premature bush wear. Most bushings feature twice the load bearing area of OEM and are 2 axis / self aligning – without the use of air voids. Result is improved brake and steering response. The Camber, Caster and Toe bushings are also precisely adjustable (unique K-MAC patented design – single wrench on car – accurately under load direct on alignment rack). With the “Camber” bushings providing also “extra” track width (and negative adjustment) on race days.