I have the front and rear Ingalls kit. Part numbers 3573 and 3892. I bought the rubber bushings because they are more for street cars and less maintance. The polyurethane bushings have been known to squeak if you don't keep them well lubricated.
I think Ingalls is a quality kit. I picked mine up for 210 front and rear. Just make sure you get a kit that can adjust up to +2 degrees being that you have a drop that low.
You can add washers to the back, but I bought the kit because it is easier to adjust.
I have ground controls at around a 2 inch drop right now if you want to know.
i would go with progressive, i had ingalls all around and i found that the rear would always loosen and change back into a negative camber after hardcorning....back in the day with the old sho, tuan had a post which he also experienced problems with ingalls
It really depends on how much you lowered your car because some camber kits can only do so much. I lowered my GS-R 2 inches on tanabe precedo springs and I had around a -2 degree camber. The Progress camber, which can correct up to 2 degrees worked fine in my case- and it was around 2 bills.... so if you lowered your car around 2 inches, Progress will do the job.
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