I reckon you will need one, as car manufacturers put bolts in that are long enough to set the camber/caster for factory ride height. If you drop to lows, these same bolts usually suffice. Go lower than that (superlows or lower), then you will more than likely run out of bolt length to do the adjustment properly. As soxx said, this can only be worked out at the time of the inital alignment after the car is lowered. If you can't afford a kit at that time, then just get them to do the best alignment they can, and when you can afford the camber kit, get them to throw one in. Depending on the time gap, you may need to factor in 2 new tyres as well. As long as your toe in/out is set correctly, a mildly "out" camber is not the end of the world.
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