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Just wanted to get some feedback from the group. I test drove an Evora 400 earlier this year and compared to my own which I purchased later, the demo felt more 'lively'. My suspicions were confirmed this week after having the geometry checked and discovering I've got slight positive camber on the front wheels.

I'm planning to get it adjusted next week and wanted to know what others recommend? I'm looking for a setup which work in the canyons but isn't going to tramline like mad on the freeway - the car is for the street primarily, wearing the stock Michelin tires.

Thanks in advance!
 

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Lotus specs the Sport 410 a little more aggressively than the 400 using the same tires.

Front -
Total Toe in: 400 0.14 deg / 410 0.16 deg
Caster: +5.0/ + 5.0 deg
Camber: -0.5 / -0.9 deg

Rear -
Total Toe in: 0.4 / 0.6 deg
Camber: -1.8 / -2.1 deg
 
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