Originally Posted by Porschefile
Thanks for the info. The problem is I just got the damn thing aligned and I know dropping it .25" will toe out a good bit. Is there any way dropping it that amount would still be an acceptable amount of toe?
Not ideal for ultimate grip/handling (it's always a compromise!) but you could split the difference - drop the F 0.125", raise the R 0.125" to minimize F-R toe changes. This still won't give you the correct rake (rear higher than front) but it's a change that should still help to reduce overall understeer - if it helps then decide if you want to realign your car and set the rake...