If you own an E30, then you have no doubt experienced some of the inconveniences that go along with driving that wonderful car. Though it is still God’s Chariot, the E30 chassis has some drawbacks. Namely, the factory suspension is not adjustable for camber or caster. This alignment problem causes serious issues for the crowd who likes to live a little lower. If you want to lower your E30, you will definitely want to take camber and caster adjustability into account for the sake of your tires and suspension geometry.
With camber adjustments, you can correct excessive negative camber that is caused when the ride height is lowered but nothing else is changed. You need to be able to correct in the front and rear for that camber and there are a few ways to go about this. Below, you can see an E30 experiencing severe camber angles as a result of a lowered ride height.