Ive got a 96 cally V6, which I have just lowered 40mm with springs and shocks. I am also running 205/40/17 tyres.
Looking at the car from behind, the rear wheels lean in at the top quite noticeably, and after a long drive the inside edges of the rear tyres are much hotter than the rest of the tyre.
I presume lowering the car has affected the camber angle, and I know that correction kits are available, but I have heard conflicting stories as to whether they are any use or not.
So, How do they work? are they any good? are there different kinds? if so, which is better and where do I get them from?
Any other advice?