There will always be the haves and the have nots in this game.
If driver A can afford to dyno every race and a new motor every year, should less wealthy driver B be allowed a bigger plate for running a 4 year old motor.
If driver B does not want to spend the time and/or money on having good suspension pieces, he now gets to slot the arm. The problem is, rich driver A also gets to slot his arm. With his un damaged parts he can get 5* of camber while poor driver B still only gets 4*.
Do you really want driver B running around with known damaged/bent parts and a slotted control arm.
We already have issues with rear hub and bearing failures. What do you think will happen when we get even more camber?
My suspension jigs are done. They are up on my website. We made a video showing how they work yesterday. Editing should be done today or tomorrow morning. I will post the you tube link. What I have been able to prove is that there are no magic suspension parts. Just good ones and bent ones. Over the years, I have measured hundreds of control arms. I have never found one that is bent in the right direction to give an advantage. Every new unit fits the jigs. Every bent unit does not.
If everyone uses stock unmodified control arms, the playing field is level and fair. If you are willing to run damaged suspension parts and a band aid fix, maybe you should consider missing an event and replace some damaged parts.
Yes, this is a slippery slope, started with the offset front bushings. Which I was against back then also.
My 2 cents