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CorkSport is happy to announce the addition of the CorkSport Mazda and Mazdaspeed Adjustable Rear Camber Arms to our growing of suspension products!



By replacing your stock camber arms with the CorkSport Adjustable Camber Arms, you will be able to adjust your suspension to accommodate for lowering springs or coilovers and fine tune your Mazda or Mazdaspeed to the appropriate camber setting needed to balance uneven tire wear and improve cornering performance.

The CorkSport Mazda and Mazdaspeed Adjustable Rear Camber Arms are made from reinforced high strength extruded bent steel tubing that is stronger, less brittle, and more durable than aluminum. The adjustability provides precision tuning by allowing for +/- 5 degrees of camber adjustment and can be easily adjusted while installed on the vehicle using just a wrench.

Unlike other adjustable camber arm options on the market, CorkSport’s unique design includes spherical bearings that replace the soft rubber bushings on the OEM camber arms, providing a true attachment to the suspension of the vehicle for improved handling and road feel.



For more information or to purchase a set of the CorkSport Adjustable Rear Camber Arms, please visit CorkSport Rear Camber Arms

“The CorkSport Rear Camber Arms allow you to fine tune your camber to exacting settings.” said CorkSport Engineer, Brydon Foster, “The ease of adjustability and the unique nature of the spherical bearings will provide customers with improved cornering control that can’t be outmatched by any other options on the market today.”

The CorkSport Adjustable Rear Camber Arms are available for all Mazdaspeed 3 and Mazda 3 vehicles as well as Mazdaspeed 6 and 2004-2008 Mazda 6 vehicles. They can be purchased as a set from CorkSport Mazda Performance for just $199.00 today.
 

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I think they'll do well with these. Beat's $350 for a set of Sure Guerrilla arms. Wonder if black will be an option.
 

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can i do this if i buy these? lol :rice 1:

 

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is the middle reinforced in someway?

is it hollow or supported?

compare to the existing ones on the market, looks abit odd. Extruded tubing is still a tube..

just dont think rear camber arm should be a tube.

Just a honest feedback CS, pls take into consideration. Cheers
 

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is the middle reinforced in someway?

is it hollow or supported?

compare to the existing ones on the market, looks abit odd. Extruded tubing is still a tube..

just dont think rear camber arm should be a tube.

Just a honest feedback CS, pls take into consideration. Cheers
The tube wall is 1/3" thick so it is plenty strong. All other options are tubes or aluminum block with a hole drilled down the center which is still a tube.

Most rear control arms from the factory are made of tubing and they are under a considerable more amount of loading and use smaller walled tubing.

There is also very little side loading unless you were just sideswiped or ran sideways into a wall.
 

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The tube wall is 1/3" thick so it is plenty strong. All other options are tubes or aluminum block with a hole drilled down the center which is still a tube.

Most rear control arms from the factory are made of tubing and they are under a considerable more amount of loading and use smaller walled tubing.

There is also very little side loading unless you were just sideswiped or ran sideways into a wall.
Good stuff, thx for the reply.
 
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