mine looks the same way i can see negitive camber is a good thing but mine is measured at 1 1/4 inward drivers side n the pass side is a whopping 2 3/16'' inward at top. why the difference in measurments?
shock therapy did a video on why the krx is built that way. Kawasaki built negative camber into the car on purpose. Shock therapy’s video goes over all of It and why they designed it that way.I have the same negative camber on all four corners. Brought to dealer when they changed the oil for being milky and said the camber is right. Kawasaki did it that way. Can that be rights?
I do understand why they made it this way, neg camber is good and i can live with the 1 1/4 inch neg camber but when its 2 3/16 neg camber thats what I am having a problem with. Again it should be the same measurements on both sides. My dealer said they called kawasaki and they said its normal, Sorry but I have a problem believing that. Its going back to my dealer aug 11th because of the shifting not being smooth its really getting jerky, also my rear shocks are rubbing the springs real hard, and hoping they will change my old spindles out to the new improved spindles before they break while riding, I cannot believe they do not have a recall for a safety problem like spindles breaking. and again to complain about the right side neg camber measurement. before I will take it back to my dealer again I will call kawasaki again about everything that is wrong with it. Kawasaki used to be great with warranties maybe times have changed.Shock
shock therapy did a video on why the krx is built that way. Kawasaki built negative camber into the car on purpose. Shock therapy’s video goes over all of It and why they designed it that way.