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Alignment specs for high horsepower street car?

Old 02-18-2019, 03:35 PM
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Default Alignment specs for high horsepower street car?

I need to get an alignment and looking for some specs that will give me the best traction in the rear while going straight and a slight bit of camber up front for mild mountain runs. My main question is when it comes to toe in the front and rear. Loosing the rear end is a big deal so whatever would mitigate that would be top priority.
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Old 02-19-2019, 01:35 PM
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Well obviously less camber in the rear offers more contact patch in a strait line. You have to find a balance between strait line and cornering grip. Tire width is going to help you mitigate some of this compromise, as well as a good tire compound. I run a low boost supercharged wide body with 255 up front and 315 in the rear with -2 camber out back and -2.4 up front. 0 toe up front and minimal in the rear/2 degrees total. That's where I feel is a good set up for me/my car for good all around traction, primarily for cornering grip, just for some basis for you to work off of. I don't have a big issue with strait line grip still being a low trq set up and my tire width.

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