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Old 23-Sep-2005, 12:43 PM
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Ingall camber kits

Hey guys, to complete my alignment i need an aftermarket camber kit for the front and rear. I've done some research on the ingalls since they are pretty cheap and supposedly are a decent make. But I was reading the jdmuniverse forums and somebody said that their ingall kit made a squeeky noise? Now I was just wondering if anybody here has had experience with ingalls, or any of your friends have tried this kit. I can get the get for fairly cheap, so I will most likely purchase it.

Also, what other camber kits would you recommend if not ingall? I would love to get omni-power but they are too expensive for my budget right now.

Thanks in advance guys.
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Old 23-Sep-2005, 01:45 PM
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i have it

no problems with it whatsoever

got it cheap on ebay
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Old 23-Sep-2005, 05:36 PM
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no problems with it whatsoever also but i paid to much for them
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Old 23-Sep-2005, 06:45 PM
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how much you pay? if you dont mind me asking

I can also get the omni power kit for about $30 more. I think I'm going to spring for the omni kit, since it seems like a better buy
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Old 23-Sep-2005, 07:13 PM
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What kind of drop do u have that you need a camber kit?
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my buddy has them on his integra, all I ever hear from his car is squeak squeak squeak

he has the bolt anchor type if that helps at all. I have omnipower available from john lo
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Old 23-Sep-2005, 07:42 PM
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sorry bbarbulo were you talking about the ingalls on your friends integra?? if so, that's also what I have heard is the problem with them..

also, how are the omni's? John said he would hook me up pretty well on them. (thank god for the discount) lol
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Old 23-Sep-2005, 07:47 PM
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Originally posted by mugenpowered
What kind of drop do u have that you need a camber kit?
i'm at 1.75". Most drops below 2" don't require aftermarket camber kits, just a regular alignment, but unfortunately I do infact need it.
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Old 23-Sep-2005, 07:55 PM
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http://www.honda-tech.com/zerothread?id=1355199
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i've heard a lot of bad experiences with omni products on HT. especially their new clutch master cylinder crapping out on people under 100miles. i've heard issues with their coilovers as well. something tells me that they don't do enough testing with their products before releasing them to the market. i'm not bashing them but this is just to let you know some of the bad experiences people had with them.
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Old 23-Sep-2005, 07:57 PM
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Originally posted by chris_si98


i'm at 1.75". Most drops below 2" don't require aftermarket camber kits, just a regular alignment, but unfortunately I do infact need it.
i'm lowered 1.75 too but i don't need a camber kit. have you checked to see if your toe is fine? go do an alignment to see if there's anything wrong.
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Old 23-Sep-2005, 08:04 PM
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Originally posted by SaYjAiBaO


i'm lowered 1.75 too but i don't need a camber kit. have you checked to see if your toe is fine? go do an alignment to see if there's anything wrong.
my old shop does alignments. My camber and toe is off by a .1 or .2 i believe (too lazy to check) I got my alignment done before cscs (sept 18th) just so it would somewhat stop the camber wear on my tires until i purchase a camber kit.

I've never heard anything bad about omni camber kits? Someone once told me they are top of the line. And also look pretty damn good under your car
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Old 23-Sep-2005, 08:10 PM
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also, i just checked the HT forum link you sent me, and it looks like the guy just didn't torque them down well. I think if omni made real ****ty camber kits that do that everytime, they would be off the market by now, or would of re-designed them by now. Hopefully if I purchase omni, everything goes smoothly.

Also, bbarbulo, still waiting for your comment on the omni's man
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Old 24-Sep-2005, 01:06 PM
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i hear the new skunk 2s are even stronger than the old ones. why not try looking into them?
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i heard the s2's are pretty much the same design as the omni's.. is this true?
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Old 24-Sep-2005, 04:02 PM
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the guy who started omni used to work for skunk2 and then started his own brand. yes the omni camber kit is similar to the skunk2s but i think that was the older model. they released a newer model though so i don't know how it compares to omni.
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Old 24-Sep-2005, 05:33 PM
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i was looking at purchasing ingalls but i heard that they arent built too well like BB said.... i cant remember the company off the top of my head.. but the one i purchased has an adjustable balljoint.. and i had new honda upper control arms so it worked out perfectly paid about 200
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Old 24-Sep-2005, 06:07 PM
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paid about 200
was that just for the front? I assume it is, since 200 is fairly cheap for the rear and fronts.

I also heard spec prod is good. But I can't seem to find anybody who carries them. Monday I'm going to keep on searching, and if not I'll just go with omni's and make sure I install them properly, or pay the shop to install them
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just fronts... for rears you can do the washer trick if needed.. BB did a post about it.. check it out
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