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I’m lowering my 2021 widebody charger with the EIBACH PRO KIT SPRINGS.do the widebody charger really need the Eibach Pro-Alignment Camber Bushing Kit …
Since the widebody comes with better suspension do I need this to aligned it oem specs?
 

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You'll definitely need it realigned. You can spec out the alignment yourself or use factory suggestions. Usually, zero toe, 1/4 to 1/2 degree negative camber, and maybe a bit of positive castor would be a fairly standard alignment. Dropping them usually increases the amount of negative camber, and that might be too much. The camber bushings, at least from my old road-course days, were to increase negative camber beyond factory allowances.
 

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You'll definitely need it realigned. You can spec out the alignment yourself or use factory suggestions. Usually, zero toe, 1/4 to 1/2 degree negative camber, and maybe a bit of positive castor would be a fairly standard alignment. Dropping them usually increases the amount of negative camber, and that might be too much. The camber bushings, at least from my old road-course days, were to increase negative camber beyond factory allowances.
So you don’t recommend the bushings?
 

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The Widebody has the exact same front suspension components as the regular body, it is nothing special. If you lower it, check the alignment, if it is off, you can change the toe, but to adjust the camber and caster you need a means to do it. Those bushings are one of the few ways you can aftermarket parts to do it. Better answer?
 

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So you don’t recommend the bushings?
The adjustable bushings will work however adjustable upper control arms would allow you to make adjustments without taking the car apart every time you want to change the caster and camber. The aftermarket arms also have better bushings in them than the stock stamped arms with rubber bushings.
 
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