1.4 degrees of added negative camber
Improve handling and driver feedback
Better cornering performance
Excellent for fast road or track use
Tackle unwated understeer and front end vagueness by installing the excellent SuperPro Offset Top Mounts.
What makes SuperPro Offset Top Mounts unique?
SuperPro’s Top Mounts give 1.4 degrees of additional negative camber versus the OEM top mounts.
The offset bearing is located inboard towards the centre of the car’s chassis, instead of being positioned centrally. This means when the top of the coilover assembly is inserted into the offset bearing, the extra camber is applied, and can now be factored into creating a better setup for your car.
This is unique as the standard OEM top mounts and suspension setup offers no level of negative camber adjustment, which makes SuperPro’s top mounts the only way of exploiting the benefits of negative camber on handling.
Why would I want to install SuperPro Offset Top Mounts?
Negative camber is essential for making a car handle better on the road or on track. This is especially important for all-wheel-drive cars that use the Haldex AWD system. As the Haldex system tends to primarily send power and torque to the front wheels, and only diverts power and torque when the front axle struggles for grip, in the dry it can lead to cars understeering during fast cornering.
Without negative camber, cornering forces are transferred across the tyre along a shearing axis. This means the forces are being exerted across the width of the tyre perpendicular to the direction of the rotation of the tyre, which is not desirable when trying to extract the most grip from the tyre.
Increased levels of negative camber helps to alleviate this by changing how the tyre, and the loads transferred throught the cars chassis to the tyre, interact with one another. Negative camber helps to convert the shearing horizontal force into vertical force, which is far more natural for the tyre to contain and manage.
During hard cornering, a tyre with negative camber will also be using more of its available contact patch compared to a tyre without, due to the forces being exerted on it.
This additional mechanical grip will really help to transform the behaviour of your car on turn-in and throughout the whole corner.
This part fits the following:
Audi A3 MK3 8VA 5-Door Sportback quattro (2012 and later)
Audi A3 MK3 8V1 3-Door Hatchback Front Wheel Drive (2012 to 2016)
Audi A3 MK3 8VA 5-Door Sportback Front Wheel Drive (2012 to 2016)
Audi A3 MK3 8V1 3-Door Hatchback quattro (2012 to 2020)
Audi A3 MK3 8V7 Cabriolet Front Wheel Drive (2013 and later)
Audi A3 MK3 8VS Saloon / Limousine Front Wheel Drive (2013 and later)
Audi A3 MK3 8VS Saloon / Limousine quattro (2013 and later)
Audi A3 MK3 8V7 Cabriolet quattro (2014 and later)
Audi TT MK3 Coupé FV Front Wheel Drive (2014 and later)
Audi TT MK3 Roadster FV Front Wheel Drive (2014 and later)
Audi TT MK3 Coupé FV quattro (2014 to 2015)
Audi TT MK3 Roadster FV quattro (2014 to 2016)
Seat Leon MK3 Front Wheel Drive (2012 and later)
Skoda Karoq NU7 Front Wheel Drive (2017 and later)
Skoda Octavia MK3 All-wheel Drive (2012 and later)
Skoda Octavia MK3 Front Wheel Drive (2012 to 2016)
Skoda Superb 3V3 All-wheel Drive (2015 and later)
Skoda Superb 3V3 Front Wheel Drive (2015 and later)
Skoda Superb 3V5 Front Wheel Drive (2015 and later)
Volkswagen Caddy MK3 TYP 2K Facelift Front Wheel Drive (2015 to 2021)
Volkswagen Golf MK7 4MOTION (2012 to 2016)
Volkswagen Golf MK7 Front Wheel Drive (2012 to 2016)
Volkswagen Passat B8 4MOTION (2014 to 2019)
Volkswagen Passat B8 Front Wheel Drive (2014 to 2019)
Volkswagen Tiguan AD Front Wheel Drive (2016 and later)
Volkswagen Tiguan AD 4MOTION (2016 to 2020)
Volkswagen T-ROC A11 4MOTION (2017 and later)
Volkswagen T-ROC A11 Front Wheel Drive (2017 and later)