Just did that mod yesterday night. Took 20 minutes, piece of cake.
moved the car around a bit and pushed on the fenders to settle the suspension. No EDC error whatsoever. Nice thing is you can put the pins back in if you want (e.g. when you sell the car).
Is my logic right that due to more camber at the front axle I automatically reduce toe-in as well?
The steering gear is in front of the axle so any inward movement of the shock results in more toe-in if the pivot point of the shock is HIGHER than the linkage point of the outer ball joints. If the pivot point of the shock is LOWER than the linkage to the steering gear, I would get less toe-in when moving the shock tower inward. This is what I'm after obviously.
So far the car drives great but I could only test it in town