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      07-15-2010, 07:19 PM   #1
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ZCP Alignment Setup

I just got my alignment done on the stock ZCP suspension.

Camber
-1.7 Front Left/ -1.6 Front Right
-1.9 Left Rear/ -1.7 Right Rear

Front Total Toe
.12

Rear Total Toe
.11

Running ARC 18s/10 with NT-01s 275/35/18 all around.
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      07-15-2010, 08:11 PM   #2
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do you happen to know the stock numbers? also zcp diff then non-zcp?
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      07-15-2010, 08:24 PM   #3
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do you happen to know the stock numbers? also zcp diff then non-zcp?
Stock numbers can be found here.
http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=192175

I highly doubt ZCP specs are going to be different, and if they are, the differences are going to be very small.
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thanks for the link, I was guessing that too
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Would love to hear your feedback of the NT01's - I have been pretty happy with the NT-5's - very good compromise for someone who wants to be able to drive to the track.
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Would love to hear your feedback of the NT01's - I have been pretty happy with the NT-5's - very good compromise for someone who wants to be able to drive to the track.

You can drive the NT-01s to the track as long as it doesn't pour. I ran NT-01s last season for 10 sessions and with a rim flip mid season, the tires wore very evenly on a camber-handicapped car (335i). Great performance/value. Of course other R comps may be sticker and quicker but they do not last nearly as long.

I use to drive to the track with my track wheels in the car, rear seat folded down.
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