Our new PRO Caster + Camber Plates provide adjustable camber and, for some applications, caster adjustment for your vehicle. Made right here in the USA at our Richmond, VA facility, these CNC Machined Aluminum components are anodized in our iconic Competition Development Blue. Camber is adjustable as it is with all of our MacPherson applications which gives the driver the power to dial in the balance of cornering grip and tire wear. The added and/or adjustable caster increases straight line tracking, high speed stability, and corner effectiveness making them an ideal addition to an existing Fortune Auto suspension setup for high performance builds and track vehicles.
Currently, the PRO Caster + Camber Plates are available for an array of Subaru models. For these applications, the plates add 1 additional degree of fixed caster. Just recently, they were released for the S550 Mustang with adjustable caster. As testing and development continues, more applications will be released.
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Governor Northam Announces Fortune Auto North America to Expand in Powhatan County
Governor Ralph Northam today announced that Fortune Auto North America will invest $250,000 to expand its operation in Powhatan County, Virginia. The company will add new equipment to meet increased demand and create more jobs.
“Fortune Auto North America’s decision to reinvest in its manufacturing operation and double its workforce affirms a strong commitment to Powhatan County and the Commonwealth,” said Secretary of Commerce and Trade Brian Ball. “It is a priority to continue to support the advanced manufacturing industry and the workforce that helps it thrive, and we thank Fortune Auto for its commitment to Virginia.”
DIY: Installing Radial Bearings
Radial Bearings are now standard equipment on on Generation 7 Fortune Auto Coilovers but, if you have a set of older Coilovers, don’t worry! You can easily add our high-quality, back-milled Koyo Japan Radial Bearings to your existing set. When installing Radial Bearings or performing any other work on your Coilovers that requires any amount of disassembly, we always advise setting up a clean and organized work area to ensure no parts or components are lost or damaged. You will also need a 2mm Allen Key, electric impact driver, 21mm socket, and your new Radial Bearings. We’ve outlined the entire Radial Bearing installation process in this video so, take a look at please feel free to contact us with any questions you might have!