The car is primarily a toy car. I will drive it to work in the summer and do enjoy taking 200-300 mile road trips with it.
Around 70% street cruising 20% aggressive canyon driving (the road trips. ALOT of twisty roads around here.) and 10% open track or auto-x.
The suspension is this...
Front: MM coil overs with 275lb 12" springs. 03 Cobra Struts.
Stock control arms, Prothane swaybar end links, prothane front arm bushings, stock sway bar, MM CC plates.
What should I put the alignment at? Looking at MM's directions should I go between their race/street recommend? or is their street aggressive enough? The car has about 1.75* camber and 1/16th toe in. Caster unknown. this is before i did the coil overs and that seemed to be a really happy medium and didn't chew tires up at all. Hell they were the most even I've ever seen from a fox. I replaced them because of age not wear!
Now after driving it with the coil overs the steering wheel is not in the right spot so I'll need to take her in again.
Should I do the same specs as before? More or less aggressive? Any feedback would be great. Also is it worth it to get the tools and learn to do it yourself or is it better to just let a pro set it up with your specs.
Matt, 90' GT 347, 6037 heads, V1 Si-trim, 11psi, B31 Cam, T56, SV Intake, BE/Tweecer Tuned. 550rwhp 513tq
Bonneville 130 club member. (139.993) [email protected]
in the 1/4.
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