Originally Posted by rsv4dan
Anyone got any input? Appointment is tomorrow morning. With the pins pulled and the strut tops all the way in the front LOOKS like its got a stack of camber, but will have to wait and see how it measures up.
I've been reading through everyone's setup and over on the last page Malek posted this:
1/32" toe out per side
-2.0* camber per side
1/16" toe in per side
-1.8* camber per side.
Thrust Angle = 0.00
I'm thinking i'll go for this - or as close as i can get, probably won't get that much camber up front.
Depending on how much you track the vehicle, I wouldn't do 1/32" toe out on the front if it will be used on the street. Those specs are geared more toward a track car. These settings will of course vary greatly depending on ride height, and wheel and tire setup.
Given you are on Swift Spec-R lowering springs and the stock 18's with spacers, I would try neutral toe in the front and not toe out.
If you have more questions, let me know, I will be more than willing to help you.
Also, the post of mine you are referring to is based on a completely different wheel and tire setup as well as the suspension itself. I don't want that post to be taken the wrong way and everyone thinking those are the best settings to use. Those settings were used for a specific setup. Alignment is not a one size fits all subset of settings. Driver, car, track and tires all play a roll in what alignment is best for the car.