Fine tune your Mazda or Mazdaspeed to the appropriate camber setting needed to balance uneven tire wear and cornering performance with the CorkSport Rear Adjustable Camber Arms. Designed for precise camber tuning, the CorkSport Rear Adjustable Camber Arms offer +/- 5 degrees of adjustability along with cross camber adjustment, allowing drivers the ability to align their suspension to match their enthusiastic driving style on and off the track.
The CorkSport Advantage:
Superior Design: Spherical bearings replace the soft rubber bushings used in OEM and other aftermarket camber arms. This will truly attach the camber arm to the suspension of the vehicle for more control and added road feel
Made from reinforced high strength extruded bent steel tubing: Stronger, less brittle and more durable than aluminum
Fine Tuned Adjustability: +/- 5 degrees of camber adjustment and cross camber adjustability for fine tuning of your suspension
Full Adjustment: Can be adjusted on-car with a wrench while still installed in the vehicle
Sold as a Set: We know you need two so we simplified the math for you by selling them as a set
CorkSport Service and Support: Receive a two year warranty, full color installation instructions, all of the needed installation hardware, and knowledgeable telephone installation support
Install time 2/5 Difficulty 2 year warranty No CEL
My suspension is all stock other then corksport lowering springs. After I put these on my rear tires cambered out pretty far. Well I bought these and installed them and once my camber issue was fixed my tires rub really bad. Bad enough to where I need to put the factory ones back on so they are cambered out again and don't rub lol. So if you're lowered and are barely clearing don't fix the camber
Tyler Kennedy07/21/2016, 09:44 AM
Installed this with my CS front sway bar, CS rear sway bar and CS front adjustable stabilizer end links, and I must say my suspension feels amazing, my suspension feels tighter and more dependable when high speed cornering. Plus it's great when combined with coilovers because then you can adjust every aspect of your suspension when every you want and when you get an alignment you can keep everything in spec as opposed to stock which are all non adjustable. Amazing product!
Jose Robert03/07/2016, 02:09 PM
These are great. Very robust and (as noted in a precious comment) not done justice by the photos. They may look small on the site, but they look and feel solid and like something I can trust.
One criticism of the instruction, however, that helped me during the install is 2.F telling the installer to bend the bracket in order to pull out and replace the upper camber arm bolt. There is actually only ONE bolt holding it in place which can be accessed from the other side (under the car, facing outward) with a 10mm wrench. You don't even need to take it out all the way, only enough to get some good play in the bracket. If your car is on a lift, it'll be easy enough to get to. This way, you don't have to risk pinching any of the many wires and what not that the bracket conceals.
Enjoy the easy install!
SpraggleRock05/23/2015, 04:55 AM
I purchased this to replace another set of aftermarket camber arms that i had on my speed 3. Reason for replacing was that the other arms only went to -1.5* and with my rear tire width at 9.5" i needed more negative camber to get the tire tucked under the fender. The Cork Sport camber arms worked perfect giving me enough negative camber to run the rear tires without rubbing the fender. They are very thick arms, the photo does not do it justice. I feel very confident taking corners at high speed and not worrying about them breaking off.
Tyler Tersigni04/22/2014, 01:27 PM
can we really reach -5 degrees ??
Olivier04/02/2014, 07:23 PM
Does this fix the camber from installing the lowering springs?
Thomas03/13/2014, 08:22 PM
They work great! Thank's CorkSport!
Micheal Rockwell-Pate03/04/2014, 12:40 PM
These things are great. Had them Installed on 2013 MS3 by local big name shop. They were, at first, negative on using other than OEM parts...$$$$$... But, when picking the car up, they said, " they were great quality, fit perfectly, adjusted precisely and were pleasantly surprised. I was happy because it saved at least $200 in cost. OEM parts were stupid expensive. Thanks again CorkSport.
Steve Riley01/19/2014, 06:36 PM
the only problem with these it hits the chassis of the car when a slow turn on dips. Due to the swivel balljoint it has. Unlike the stock its one solid piece.
Bobby08/13/2013, 07:24 AM
hello this system works in a big touring 2013 mazda 3
Are the rod end available for purchase? I have a set of these arms however the heim style rod ends are now worn. If the ends are not available separately can you provide the thread dia and pitch of the rod end.
Cupping would be a result of bad toe adjustment. You should be able to fix this with an alignment. Camber arms are typically used for people that are lowered and either trying to get their wheels to fit properly, or want factory camber spec back. Excessive Camber will wear the tires faster, but toe is the main tire killer.
If for whatever reason you cannot get the toe dialed in, then the adjustable toe arms would be a good idea.
Answered by Brett White - CorkSport | 01/05/2017, 11:35 AM