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Tired of wearing the front inside of your tires out so quickly?? Want to take a step towards improving traction? USP Motorsports brings you a quick and easy way to adjust your front wheels for camber and caster! This unique patented vernier design permits the smallest incremental adjustment with a total range of up to 2.0 degrees. All this is done from within the engine compartment without raising the vehicle. Perfect for increasing camber for competition racing, or for decreasing the camber for improved tire wear and traction.

+/- 2 degrees camber / caster adjustment!!
You spend hundreds of dollars on tires and thousands on making power. This is an extremely wise investment to get the most life out of the tires you spent money on, and the most out of the power your making by helping put it to the ground.

Quick & Easy!
In literally just minutes change "street" to "race" settings! Just the time taken to loosen the top strut mount nut. This kit will replace your factory strut mounts.
Applications include all MKIV Volkswagen and Beetle 95-05.

Demonstration video below!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OO8-j_UPSBo



USP Motorsports has these in stock and ready to ship!!

Price: $429
Click here to order
Enter coupon code "traction" to receive free shipping! (Enter code on checkout process AFTER selecting shipping method. Free shipping is for standard ground shipping only in the U.S.)

 

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watched the vid

to clarify, the giant red dish is fitted to the underside of the strut tower?
the only visible portion from inside the engine compartment would be the metal cap?
im also assuming this replaces the strut bearing and bushing?

looks good
+/- 2deg is the largest rand i have seen on any kit
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watched the vid

to clarify, the giant red dish is fitted to the underside of the strut tower?
the only visible portion from inside the engine compartment would be the metal cap?
im also assuming this replaces the strut bearing and bushing?

looks good
+/- 2deg is the largest rand i have seen on any kit
:thumbup::thumbup:
yes to everything :)
 

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this is nice :thumbup:
 

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is the red dish fitted to the underside of the strut tower flush?
or there is a gap.
I have a strut bar install will the head of the bolt clear this kit?
 
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