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      04-27-2017, 05:00 PM   #1
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Agressive Street Alignment Specs needed

So used to get my alignment done at the dealership for about $120 but was shit every time , car never tracked straight and handled like a camry lol. Went to westend and was dailed in really good but dont remember the specifications. Now westend to far to with traffic its a 2 hour drive one way. So I found a place and he said bring the specs you like and would set the car to it.


Post some specs and your driving style

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      04-28-2017, 03:43 PM   #2
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Without knowing anything about your suspension, we can't help much.

If you have a stock suspension, you will not be able to set what I deem as aggressive.
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      05-01-2017, 11:52 AM   #3
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Without knowing anything about your suspension, we can't help much.

If you have a stock suspension, you will not be able to set what I deem as aggressive.

On Blistein b14 coilovers, m3 sway bar with m3 control arms.
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On Blistein b14 coilovers, m3 sway bar with m3 control arms.
-1.7* front and rear camber
0* front toe
slight toe-in in the rear @ .10-.20* per side

Pretty simple really. Most important part of an alignment is making sure things are even SIDE TO SIDE. -1.4* camber on one side and -1.7* on the other will cause a pull.
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-1.7* front and rear camber
0* front toe
slight toe-in in the rear @ .10-.20* per side

Pretty simple really. Most important part of an alignment is making sure things are even SIDE TO SIDE. -1.4* camber on one side and -1.7* on the other will cause a pull.
My toe settings are the same but I'm running -3 front camber (with fixed plates!) and -1.8 camber in the rear with manzo adjustable camber and toe links.
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      05-08-2017, 12:30 PM   #6
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See my DIY and do it yourself, initial investment will be less than $200
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