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Offline Brenton

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My last alignment.

I think the front camber was maxed at this.



Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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Well,  lowering front should add enough without needing to buy parts.

Id reduce rear camber a bit too. Too aggressive IMO.

Deliberately set to understeer.



Offline mondi

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Lol, talk about mind f#ck, I just turned my phone to read that!!   :D



Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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Lol, talk about mind f#ck, I just turned my phone to read that!!   :D
his alignment is out by 90 degrees!



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Lucky you edited that, I was about to have a really big stir...   :p



Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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Also has front toe out at present.

Regardless of what specs say,  try a little toe in. Maybe 1 to 2mm total max.

That way the tyre wall is tensioned to give immediate response.

You'll also get better tyre life.



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Lucky you edited that, I was about to have a really big stir...   :p

He still needs to buy parts.

1x Lamborghini ought to fix the problem.



Offline Brenton

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if it is out by 90 degrees well that explains alot :thumbsup:

time to take it to the speedway :burnout:

My susspension has now lowering ability without changing springs or putting in coilovers :mad:

I was thinking that the rear needed reducing so I will do that.
I will also have a look to see If I can get a bit more out of the front.

what should the toe be?
I did have the inside 20mm of the front dissapear at a rapid rate



Offline Brenton

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Also has front toe out at present.

Regardless of what specs say,  try a little toe in. Maybe 1 to 2mm total max.

That way the tyre wall is tensioned to give immediate response.

You'll also get better tyre life.

answered before I could ask  cheers :thumbsup:
He still needs to buy parts.

1x Lamborghini ought to fix the problem.

would be nice but not in this years budget or probably next years.
the deal was I get the turbo the wife gets new house, wife now has new house I now need to fund new house :doh:



Offline Brenton

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