No specific kit for the Giulietta, however, I bought mine as a Dodge Dart kit shipped from the USA. Just google for Dodge Dart camber kit and there are lots os options. It was around 45eur back then in 2012.Where did you get the rear camber kit from fjlour? I looked a while back and couldn't find anything
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Symon , I'm assuming you've got 18"s or at least 17"s on your car by now rather than the balloon tyre std Lusso set?I think the best way to improve the Giuliettas ride and handling is to replace both the shocks and springs.
The car looks better lowered as well...
Fit Eibachs if you want a comfortable ride, and something like H&R if you you value handling a bit more over ride comfort or need a bigger drop
I find the B4 and Eibach combo to ride much better than the standard setup. It does handle a bit better, but not massively so.
When I first fitted them I did lightly graze the undertray on one of those table top style speed humps, but now the car has settled it no longer does it.
Very pleased with that combo
People say about the Diesel being heavier upfront than the multiair, but it is only 20kg or so... It isn't like the difference between a TS and Diesel 156 which is more like 100Kg
You could probably get rid of a lot of that difference by fitting a more expensive but lighter battery. The original is huge.
If powerflex bring out a poly bush kit for the G I may get one, the handling is a bit lacking in feel, and the steering is very numb.
I suspect with only Eibachs and standard shocks you were quite heavily under-damped to start with so not really surprised the B6's have made a massive difference :thumbs:The B6's and eibachs seem to work very well together......
I have 17's on mine.Symon , I'm assuming you've got 18"s or at least 17"s on your car by now rather than the balloon tyre std Lusso set?
The reduced sidewall height does make a difference having experienced the 16s and 18s on the Giulietta. The car certainly takes low profile tyres better than the old 147 suspension.
No knocking from steering when engine off and steering doesn’t appear to wander, it seems to me to only happen during use and only seems to be on the drivers side?Could be anything. Drop link, lower arm ball joint or bushes, track rod end. How does the steering feel, does it wander?
If you rock steering wheel left to right with engine off, are you getting a knocking noise?
You really need to get it looked at.
Track rod end should be cheap enough, part about £20, same for drop link and fitting either takes about 30 mins. Lower arm is a pain to change as are the shocks.