Transform your Porsche’s handling with our custom-designed camber shims.
Designed and manufactured in the UK, from high-quality stainless steel, our rear camber shims are the perfect upgrade to maximise your Porsche’s handling potential. The anti-corrosive properties of stainless steel mean that our shims are resistant to rust and will retain their strength.
Our easy-to-install shims act as spacers between the lower suspension wishbone and the chassis which pushes the wishbone further outwards, thus increasing negative camber. The increased negative camber means that during hard cornering, where the weight of the car is transferred primarily to the tyres on the outside of the corner, the contact patch is increased, which offers more grip, and subsequently higher cornering speeds. As increased negative camber gives the rear tyres more grip through corners, it also means that you will be able to apply the throttle earlier in the corner and exploit the 911’s rear-engined weight distribution to slingshot out of corners even more quickly.
When driven hard, Porsche GT cars often suffer from excessive tyre wear on the outside edge and shoulder of the tread block. This is due to there not being enough negative camber present, which forces the car to lean on the outside of the tyre during cornering. Our camber shims, and the camber they increase will ensure cornering forces are more even spread across the tyres, increasing their lifespan a great deal, leading to fewer tyre replacements.
Our shims can be installed or removed very easily, making them ideal for quick setups changes when track-side. They are also perfect for increasing camber by a known amount, which can help in the development of more complex setups.
Our Porsche shims kits include 12 shims in total. These shims will provide enough adjustment range for a good fast road or track setup, but two kits would be required for full racing-style setups.
Our shims provide a simple and effective way of increasing the negative camber of your Porsche beyond the adjustable camber limits of the standard suspension setup, allowing for increased cornering speeds.