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Join Date: Nov 2000
Location: Chesterfield, MO
The Auto-X forum mob told me to aim for -1.5 degrees of caster (edit) oops, should be "camber" not caster (end of edit). This would be good for street without excessive tire wear. However, I installed the c/c plates in the 'positive' position, per MM instructions ("most cars use the positive position...."). The most caster I could get was -0.90 to -1.0. Not a big deal but maybe the 'negative' position would have been a bit better for my car with Steeda springs.
Free advice: I would go ahead and install them in the positive position because I am sure that your springs lowered your car more than my Steeda springs lowered mine (about 1.6"). This will still give you plenty of room for adjustment.
2012 GT 6MT - RTR #59; performance white / charcoal interior
3.73's, AED tune, MGW Race Spec shifter, Airaid MFT, BMR rear LCAs & relo brackets, Panhard rod & brace, FRPP swaybars, MRT a/c H-pipe, LP OTAs, FR GT500 Touring axlebacks, FRPP diff cover, JLT PCV p/s catchcan
Last edited by nyuk98gt; 05-03-2002 at 10:39 PM.