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I have made up a new rear toe brace set-up, with rod ends, etc., and will have the car aligned after install. My car is an '05, with LSS shocks/springs, and will only see a few track days per year, basically a street car. I'm wondering if I should try removing some shims from the front uprights, and go with the basic LSS alignment #'s, or if people have found some different specs to work well with a street driver, who will occasionally see track driving? Felt that with an alignment happening anyway, now would be the time to make any changes. Thanks! Tom
 

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I do ~6 track days/yr presently with car and have found -1.6front , -2.5 rear camber is fine. Gets rid of understeer esp if you run the A048's on street which I gave up on years ago in New England with our cooler temps. Slightly more darty, but response is well worth it. Been this way for 3+ yrs now. Took trimming plinth to get this. You should be able to get ~-1.2 by pulling all shims. Just do it!!!!
 

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How about some pics of your set-up, Tom?
 
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