Re: [DML] Front End Alignment
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Re: [DML] Front End Alignment

*In my opinion*, based on setting up a number of lowered cars, I 
experimented with the early Esprit spec of 1mm per wheel and it works 
really well. More toe-in on the rear makes for better turn-in and less 
understeer but also scrubs the back tyres at a rate I wasn't happy with.


outatime81 wrote:

> I was searching the archives and read a post saying if you have a
> lowered car "DO NOT USE STANDARD ALIGNMENT SPECS". I have the Eibach
> spring and DMCH shock package installed.
> Is this, in fact, true? If so, what should I bring with me to give to
> the alignment technician?
> I have the stock number from my owners manual but if this is a bad idea
> for a lowered car, what would be correct numbers??
> I have an appt. Tuesday at noon so if anyone has a thought on this
> please let me know a.s.a.p
> Thanks
> Tom
> #5732

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