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I will be bagged soon, and I am wondering how important getting new camber arms and bolts will be.

Struts are estimated at 6" drop on the front and 7" drop for the rear.

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Any idea how much camber I would get on stock arms once I'm aired out? Also how do the SPC arms compare to Megans or Hotchkis?
 

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I've read that SPC arms gives the most adjustability. I have a set in my closet that I should be putting on soon
 

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SPC arms give you the most adjustment out of all of the companies, I believe they quote something like 3 or 3.5 degrees of additional adjustment each way. Your stock arms probably give you about a degree or so both ways.

The thing to remember with bagging a car is that camber will change as the ride height changes so when you air out you will see more camber than when you begin filling the bags. But aired out on a 6" drop will probably land you somewhere around -4 or -5 before adjustment.
 

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Won't you want the camber when you drop so the wheels tuck in naturally?
 

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Thanks for the input, guys.

I ended up bidding for a set of SPC camber arms, paid 115 CAD shipped.
Now I'm looking for bolts for the front.
 

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I got these from a previous celica owner, he modified them so that it would lay frame. And got it a very discounted price.
 
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