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So I finally decided to change out the old suspension. Here is my current setup. I need some help choosing camber, toe and all that other stuff to align my car to.

My suspension setup.

Eibach/Prodrive P-1 Springs
KYB AGX 4/8 Adjustables
Whiteline 20-24mm adjustable rear swaybar
Whiteline strut tower braces front/rear

Struts are comfortable at 3f, and 4r.

The car is mostly street driven. Occasional spirited drives but nothing too crazy. I go to the track once maybe twice a year. I had a pretty good setup before but I can't remember when i had it aligned to. Any suggestions?

~Erik
 

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In the front, go for as much negative camber as possible. In the rear, people have varying opinions, but usually have it set between -1.0 and -2.0 depending on handling preference etc.

Zero toe all around for good tire wear.

I'm on Prodrive WR sport suspension and my camber settings are:

-2.0 F and -1.6 R

This is pretty good for the street/spirited drives, and OK for the track, although I think i'm gonna go for -2.5 F next time. (You will need camber plates or two camber bolts to get this).
 

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F: -2.5 camber, max caster, 0 toe
R: -1.5 camber, 0 toe

If you get camber bolts for the rear, only get H&R.
 

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DScamp said:
Do Not Buy Camber Bolts!!!! Trust Me!


OK, I'll trust you. :confused:

Many people use camber bolts with success. Just watch out for cheapie ones that may be lower quality.

If your camber bolts slip, they were not tightened properly.
 
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