Get adjustability to dial in performance and handling with the CorkSport Mazdaspeed 3 and Mazda 3 Front Camber Kit. CorkSport’s custom designed front camber plates provide up to -3 degrees of camber and are CNC machined from anodized aluminum with built in studs for easy strut installation. The CorkSport Mazdaspeed 3 Camber Plates have been designed with solid pillow-ball bearings and housing that reduce unwanted upper strut mount deflection and are ideal for racing and high performance driving.
The CorkSport Advantage:
Adjustability: Provides up to -3 degrees of negative camber with aftermarket coil-overs.
Can be used with aftermarket lowering springs and OEM springs: Full range of adjustment with the CorkSport Lowering Springs and reduced upper strut mount deflection with other aftermarket springs (negative camber is limited to 1.5 degrees due to spring interference)
Easy access for rapid track adjustments: Proper cutting of the strut tower allows for easy access camber tuning to dial in performance handling on and off the track
Can be installed without any permanent modification: For the daily driver that does not require easy access to the camber adjustment bolts*
Built in M10 studs make strut installation easier and less taxing on repeated removals and reinstallations. The larger and longer studs are designed to reduce camber variation from removal and reinstallation and better accommodate an aftermarket strut tower bar
Solid pillow ball bearings and housing: Reduce unwanted upper strut mount deflection and improve handling during racing and high performance driving using M12x1.25 pillow nuts made to fit geniune strut
Sold as a Pair: We know you need two so we simplified the math for you by selling them as a Pair.
Customer Collaboration:This CorkSport part went through an extensive customer collaboration process that helped to shape the product features to meet the needs of the Mazdaspeed enthusiast community.
Koni struts: you need a different bearing nut. Cusco part# 00B 450 D will work and is available online.
CorkSport Service and Support: Receive a two year limited warrantly, full color installation instructions, all of the needed installation hardware, and knowledgeable telephone support
*Without strut tower modification, camber adjustment will require removal and re-installation of the strut assembly
Installation of the CorkSport Camber plates will raise the front of your Mazda 3 approximately 5mm. Use of an air impact may be required for installation. Before air impact use, set the air pressure to 45psi.
Install time 3/5 Difficulty 2 year warranty No CEL
Would this work on a 2004 Mazda 3 non-speed edition?
**CorkSport Answer: Yes
Jeremy01/11/2021, 12:10 AM
Does this fit Mazda 3 2010 sedan
Elias Corona08/30/2020, 08:43 PM
haven't test it "really" use, but for my new wheels set up, it will fit perfectly.
with blistein B4, H&R spring; and 225/45/18 instead of 205/55/16 (so 14mm raduis bigger), the wheels often touch arch.
with the bigger CS's plate, i shouldn't touch anymore.
I have measure 11millimeters big than OEM top plate
I have one advise, let proffesional do the job
TimX08/31/2018, 11:45 PM
is this set just the upper mount only? does it come with the bearing?
CorkSport Reply:It is just the upper mount, the original bearing is re-used.
Hiro01/13/2014, 07:18 PM
will this fit 2011 Mazda 3i sv or will u be making a set for them?
CorkSport Reply:They fit the Mazda 3 just fine.
Kevin08/15/2013, 06:55 PM
Will these fit a 2013 mazda 3 s gt?
CorkSport Reply:Yes they will.
Alex Baron07/07/2013, 10:01 PM
Back story: My MS3 has always driven straight and true until I found the wrong end of a pothole a few weeks ago. Since then I had it aligned three different times at two different shops and the numbers were reading within limits but the car still pulled right. However the Camber had been moved from its factory position on -1.2 to -.9, which caused the car pull right. Without adjustable camber bolts there was nothing the shops could do to attempt to adjust it back to drive straight.
A little bit of research lead me to these camber plates and I'm very glad I went with them. When I first looked into them I was having a hard time swallowing the fact I needed to drill two 3 1/8" holes into the car but after eventually getting past it the install was actually not that bad. The instructions were awesome, as usual, and the online video of pulling the strut made it very clear what to do. Luckily I had access to a car lift and a lot of tools but keep in mind you will need to buy about $30-35 worth of additional equipment (hole saw 3 1/8", file/sanding stone, spray paint, and rent spring compressors) of course drilling the hole is optional but it seems pointless to do all that work and not be able to adjust the camber easily. Take your time with drilling the hole and save yourself a headache and use a new bit with a good electric drill with plenty of power, the sheet metal is thick. Install took about 4 hours with a lunch break and taking my time. Afterwards I took it for a drive and there was no popping, binding, or unusual vibes coming from the front end.
The product was great quality and looks as sharp as it is built.
Upon install the alignment shop was able to bring the car back to driving straight and it feels solid again up front. Thanks Corksport for saving me the hassle of shotguning replacement parts on the front end with these adjustable cambers!!
Garrett Rodgers09/25/2012, 09:07 AM
Probably the first ones or only ones in Mexico. One thing that I did notice is that the care high riced bout 3mm or may be a little more. I am running cork sport springs. something that you guys might check. Also if you are using Corksport front srtught tower you have to remove this one every time if you want to do any adjustmtns
I bought these plates to find out that they wouldn't fit on my Megan racing coilovers. Is there any way that these could be made to fit? Maybe a rubber seal or even a spacer of some sort? I waited for a little over a month after purchasing these for them to ship to me and would like to be able to use them but I am at a loss. Any help would be great.
Asked by Matt Straatman | 04/12/2019, 09:52 AM | 0 answer(s)