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    Default Rear Camber Kit - DME or Hardrace?

    Hello all,
    Today I am buying the bits I need for a FRSU
    Car is an EP3 for Road Use

    Which is the better product:

    DME (approx 106)
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    Hardrace (approx 11

    Thank you

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    Not sure where the emoji came from! It’s meant to say 118

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    I'd go for Hardrace, just on the basis that I have bought from them before and think their products are great. Nothing against DME but they're just not a brand I've purchased anything from.

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    Thank you ewaaj

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    I'd look at Eibach personally.
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    EP3 > DC5 > E46 M3 > FN2 > Now FD2

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    The Eibach Control arms are not that easy to find- as time goes on I am finding this more and more with EP3 parts.
    It is a 15 year old car now so I guess this is to be expected.

    Torque QT have them for sale but they are 191.60

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    So..... in the end I went for the following:

    Sachs Shocks
    Eibach Pro Springs
    Eibach Camber Bolts
    JDM Rear Anti Roll Bar
    Hardrace Ball Joints
    Hardrace Reinforced Drop Links
    Hardrace Camber Arms
    Steering Rack Riser

    Looking forward to getting it all fitted and setup!

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    Good choice of mods, Car should feel really good

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