Re: Xr8 Camber Kit
The shim type look pretty much like what you have now except the pivot point is further in to allow for more negative camber and the studs are longer to alow for more postive camber. The bush is also replaced with urethane.
The rachet type are difficult to describe, but they look nothing like the standard units.
They don't require shims as they have a bolt which can be loosened and the whole gizmo can then move in and out.
The problem with these is that they can and do quite often come out of adjustment when driving enthusiastically. Some people here have had no problems with them, but personally I think any kind of adjustment pin like that is crap.
The shimmed setup can not move or come out of adjustment unless something bends.
4L I6, naturally aspirated producing 173.5rwkw.
14.410 @ 96.49mph with street radials.
What's that?..... Did I hear you say TQE power?