no way... it's very worth it!
It is a pain to install it but in the long run you save much in tire wear and you actually have a better grip since you do get closer to flat 0 degree angle.
I'm more than happy I did it on my car. it's dropped around 1.5 to 2 inches and had bad camber and wear was awfull! Even on dyno runs I had bad results due to much slipping with my camber.
Bottom line is.. do it!!!
If you mean the bracket location, that changes the camber range allowed. By putting it lower, I allowed for lower ride height settings. The closest I can come to stock ride height now is a 1" drop, without incurring VW Bug style poitive camber. If you mean ride height, I love the way car drives at lower ride height. There are compromises. Speed bumps/extremely poor road surfaces are a challenge. Concrete Freeway expansion strips are the enemy. Front lip had better be attatched securely:duh: Bonus-Wife doesnt want to ride in it anymore, MUHAhahaha.
Any way someone could shoot me a sketch with the measurements for the mod bracket, my buddy works at a machine shop and i thought i could get him to zip me out a couple. If ya can its [email protected].
i was considering doing this myself but i had an idea. not sure if this would be cost effective or even practical but what if some of the vendors would have a service.... you send them your rear cross-member and they weld the brackets in for you then send it back for a decent price and low turnaround? or maybe they would have the units already welded up and you send them yours as a core charge? is this conceivable or completely over the top?