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Mazdaspeed 3 Camber Plates

 
Price: $359.99
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Mazdaspeed 3 & Mazda Camber Plates giving the ability to adjust camber
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Installing the CorkSport Camber Plates on your Mazda 3 or Mazdaspeed 3 allows for wider wheels and tires and better handling performance when driving hard from the increased range of camber adjustment. The stock strut top mounts can be directly replaced with the CS Camber Plates whether you are on stock suspension or lowering springs. The camber plates are designed with a pillow-ball bearing to eliminate the rubber found in the stock components to provide you with more feedback while driving. After installation, you can fine-tune the camber setting from -1.5 to +0.5 degrees to hone in on the ideal amount for your setup. Keep on reading below for additional information on the CorkSport Camber Plates.


The CorkSport Advantage

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Fitment & Design:

The design of the CorkSport Camber Plates is derived from our coilovers, so they offer the same great fitment and quality. The CS Camber Plates are a direct replacement for the stock strut top. This allows you to get camber adjustment while utilizing the stock suspension setup without switching over to coilovers. The camber plates can also be used with lowering springs to provide additional fitment options. Compared to the factory rubber design, the CS camber plates feature a pillow-ball bearing that eliminates the flex found in the stock parts. This leads to more feedback from the car, so you have a better understanding of what the suspension is doing. For installation, there are two options; the first is to not modify the stock strut towers so that the car can be put back into stock later on if needed, but it does not allow for camber adjustment when installed. The other option is to cut and enlarge the opening in the strut tower to gain easy access to adjustment of the plates so they do not have to be removed to be adjusted. Whichever installation method is selected, the camber plates will offer the same great performance.



Mazdaspeed Front Camber Change

Camber Adjustment:

The main advantage of installing the CS Camber Plates is the amount of adjustment they offer, ranging from -1.5 to +0.5 degrees. The extra camber adjustment allows you to fit a larger wheel and tire setup if you want to utilize all available room without damaging the front fenders. The additional adjustment also lets you fine-tune the camber settings to find the ideal spot for your driving style when on track or cruising the backroads.



Mazda 3 2.3T Camber Plates

Materials & Hardware:

Description: The CS Camber Plates' bottom plate is made of steel to ensure the strength needed to properly retain the pillow ball bearing during demanding driving conditions. The top plate, on the other hand, is CNC machined out of 6061-T6 aluminum. This helps reduce weight while still providing the strength to mount the camber plate to the strut tower. All the necessary hardware is also included to ensure the installation of the camber plates is straightforward so you can get back on the road as soon as possible.



Product Advisory Note
  • Installation of the CorkSport Camber plates will raise the front of your Mazda approximately 5mm. Use of an air impact may be required for installation. Before air impact use, set the air pressure to 45psi.

Additional Features

  • Vehicle Fitment: 2004-2013 Mazda 3, 2007-2013 Mazdaspeed 3, 2006-2013 Mazda 5
  • Developed in America: Designed, tested, and validated in Vancouver, Washington, in the Pacific Northwest.
  • CorkSport Service and Support: Receive a 2-year warranty, full-color installation instructions, all of the needed installation hardware, and knowledgeable telephone installation support.

How To Install the Camber Plates

It will take you Approx. 3 hours to install.

3 hour Install Time

3 hour Install Time

Difficulty: 3/5

3/5 Difficulty

2-Year Warranty

2-Year Warranty

No CEL

No CEL

Link to installation instructions

Can the camber plate be paired with KW V3 coilovers?

**CorkSport Reply: The camber plates are designed to be used with the OEM upper bearing. If the KW use the same diameter as the stock springs at the top then they should work.
Would this work on a 2004 Mazda 3 non-speed edition?

**CorkSport Answer: Yes
Does this fit Mazda 3 2010 sedan

**CorkSport Answer:Yes
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
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.
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.
Will these fit a 2013 mazda 3 s gt?



CorkSport Reply:Yes they will.
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!!

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
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work with kyb shock absorbers?

Asked by Edwin Burgos Aviles | 08/08/2021, 11:09 AM | 1 answer(s)

Can the camber plate be paired with KW V3 coilovers?

Asked by Jason Lim | 01/06/2024, 10:05 AM | 1 answer(s)

I have D2 racing air struts suspension will this work for me

Asked by Paul Rivera | 02/26/2023, 06:07 AM | 1 answer(s)

Japanese aftermarket manufacturer tein's Street Advance Z is constructed to use the OE upper mount. Is it compatible with CS camber plate instead of OE upper mount?

Asked by Taichi | 01/29/2023, 04:18 AM | 1 answer(s)

Hi, would this work with Bilstein B8 on a 2008 Mazda5? And just want to make sure that it can eliminate negative camber as well

Asked by Joshua Davian  | 04/29/2022, 01:12 PM | 1 answer(s)

Does these happen to fit over the old Corksport struts?

Asked by Kizashi Kaze | 01/18/2022, 05:44 PM | 1 answer(s)

I have a 2006 nonspeed hatchback. I have always had a problem with camber misalignment, probably from a accident with the previous owner. I recently bought and installed raceland classic coilovers on my car. I am wondering if these will fit with those coilovers.

Asked by Keeton Lister | 08/26/2021, 05:54 PM | 0 answer(s)

Would this work on a 2004 Mazda 3 non-speed edition?

Asked by Jeremy | 01/22/2021, 06:39 AM | 1 answer(s)

Hi, what is the threading info on the studs? m10 x what? I lost one of the nuts in the engine bad and had to crossthread the f*** out of a nut to pass tech inspection.

Asked by Jacob Gregg | 09/10/2020, 09:05 AM | 1 answer(s)

Will these fit on H&R coilovers for the 1st gen speed3? Thanks!

Asked by Omar | 07/25/2019, 12:24 AM | 1 answer(s)

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)

how is the tickness compare than OEM plate ? thank

Asked by timX | 08/10/2018, 01:22 AM | 1 answer(s)

Will This Fit my 2010 Mazda 3 2.0L with Raceland Coilovers?

Asked by Zach Spaulding | 11/25/2017, 07:34 PM | 1 answer(s)

Does this fit Mazda 3 2.5L hatch 2013 (non skyactiv)

Asked by Juan | 01/12/2018, 05:06 PM | 1 answer(s)

Will these fit 11' Mazda 3 GT-S Hatch?

Asked by Fox | 01/09/2018, 01:51 PM | 1 answer(s)

Will these work with Raceland Coilovers?

Asked by Alex Miller | 01/02/2018, 01:50 PM | 1 answer(s)

I Currently Own this and have had it for a few years now and i can honestly say that i LOVE it, hate working on the engine with it on but that cant be helped, time to upgrade my OEM suspension that has 135k miles on it. Main question is will this Fit on the OEM Studs with the Corksport strut/spring combo with the Camber plate as well? My concern is that there is not enough thread sticking out to be able to get a grab on it with the nut as it is now, and adding the camber plate will make it impossible to get the nut on the stud.

Asked by Jonathan Shafer | 07/21/2017, 06:41 AM | 0 answer(s)

Hey do these fit Tein superstreet coilovers?

Asked by John.s | 07/09/2016, 12:28 AM | 1 answer(s)

Do I have to swap the OEM bearing into these or Do they come with bearing installed?

Asked by Danny Mankers | 08/01/2016, 04:35 PM | 1 answer(s)

Would these work with koni yellows or oranges

Asked by Darian taggart | 06/06/2016, 06:05 AM | 1 answer(s)

Do these fit Tein superstreet adjustables?

Asked by John Souvannavong | 07/25/2016, 03:38 AM | 0 answer(s)

Would this fit a Mazda 3 2007? And would this allow to eliminate front negative camber? Meaning no more camber in the front?

Asked by Cristian Laureano | 06/08/2016, 07:46 AM | 1 answer(s)

Will this fit my 2008 mazda 3 sedan i?

Asked by Alberto Gonzalez | 06/08/2016, 07:45 AM | 1 answer(s)

Hi, is what camber plates fit over Bilsteins B16 dampers. Thank you

Asked by olivier | 01/29/2016, 11:12 PM | 1 answer(s)
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