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      06-25-2020, 06:47 PM   #1

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alignment & ridehight recommendations

After doing a good bit of searching on here I couldn't find too much, so I figured I'd just ask. I'm getting my car aligned & corner balanced on the 1st and am looking for recommendations.

What are you guys running in terms of an alignment? I'll by primarly driving this car on the street, so I won't want to ruin the tire too soon...but I do want something a little aggressive, that will handle well on track / in the canyons.

Right now I'm thinking:
-2.5 F, -2.0R
Toe: 1/32" toe in F, 3/32" toe in R

Additionally, for those with coilovers what are you guys running ride hight wise? I'm currently slammed (12" center cap to fender in rear, ~13" in front,) and was thinking of either 13" all around or 13.5".


Edit: Also -- the guy doing the alignment / corner balance is charging ~ $950 to: align, corner balance, install KW spring perchs in rear (P/O removed them), and swap Eibach springs in front for factory KW springs. Does this seem like a fair price? Or am I being charged "this guy has an M3, I can charge him whatever I want" prices?
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      06-26-2020, 02:21 PM   #2
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Your proposed specs sound fine.
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