Contains both front camber bolts and our rear camber kit---allows up to 1.75+-degrees of camber adjustment in front and 2+- Camber in rear.
The benefits are pretty substantial for the autocross/track guys---more grip/even contact patch and better tire wear---the street guys should be able to get a wider combo of tire/rim under there---and the kit will allow for much more than 2 degrees if needed.
Front---Make a two bolt strut adjustable up to ±1.75° camber. Simply remove the upper bolt, install the camber bolt, loosen the lower bolt, and dial in the required camber.
Rear---The basic idea is that the rear hubs/backing plates unbolt from the beam and a "phone dial" type angled shim is bolted in between the beam and the hub angling/cambering it in the desired direction. When you bolt it back together the hub and rotor are now cocked at an angle to the caliper so it needs to be spaced as well. We sell the 2 kits (one per side) and the brake shim kit for $60 and I'd like to say that you could do this one at home, but I don't think without a full set of camber/caster/toe gauges anyone would be able to get it straight. All the cars we've seen are slightly different or I'd just mark off the holes for everyone. A good alignment shop should charge an hour to an hour and a half per side---I'd ask them if they've done this type of thing first before dropping off your Veloster.