Hey bTwix, I was just taking a look at your alignment readings and as a 16 year tech at Ford, I have to question it. I understand you trust the shop, but I'd ask another shop to do a simple alignment check and give you the current readings to compare to the previous shops printout. I'll explain why.My suspension shop said they'd need to drop the sub frame to install the rear camber arms which sounded pretty involved so punted on that since camber was in spec. They are one of the best shops in the area, so maybe they have some tricks to get the camber dialed in without the rear camber arms ... dunno.
Good to hear. Do you by chance have a printout of the measurements? I'm very curious.The mazda dealership did my eibach kit on my 2019 Signature and my alignment went perfectly into spec. Was all green and they mentioned I didn't need anything else as it would be a waste of money.
Signature is AWDGood to hear. Do you by chance have a printout of the measurements? I'm very curious.
Also is yours a FWD or AWD?
They did it for $340 including alignment. It was the dealership I purchased the cx5 from so they gave me a decent deal on the install.Mind telling us roughly what they charged you?
That's a good price.They did it for $340 including alignment. It was the dealership I purchased the cx5 from so they gave me a decent deal on the install.
Hey @Aces72Aces, thanks for posting your results. I have very similar readings for rear camber. -2.0 on the left and -2.2 on the right. I'm glad to see someone else on here has similar camber issues with the Eibach Pro-kit.Just removed my winter wheel setup and got my 20”s back on (Eibach Pro-Kit). Did an alignment again and rear camber was at -2.1 degrees (spec is -1.7 max). Alignment shop recommended these for $87 to adjust camber and toe.
Will order and check back in after re-alignment completed
You're right, visually it is noticeable!shox75-
When I installed my Eibachs last spring, i did check alignment shortly after and I was out of spec by a few tenths in rear camber. I decided to keep it as is and not make any adjustments. As soon as I replaced my set of wheels this weekend I visually observed rear negative camber. Was surprised they moved so much
Agreed. Maybe not right away but after a break in period up to a yearYou're right, visually it is noticeable!
I compared the rear suspension part numbers between 2017 and 2019, and they are all the same. Safe to say a rear camber kit is necessary after lowering any CX5.