Randy, the service manual quotes -2.0 to -2.7 degrees rear camber for the LSS suspension with -2.5 optimum... but of course that's for the stock A048's... was your camber setting a function of the Hoosiers, or spring rates, etc?He is running SS in SCCA so shaving the arms is not allowed.
Front should be maxed out. We found at with the fronts at .6-.8 neg, the rears did not work as well beyond around -1.5. YMMV. This was with Hoosier A6 tires.
OK... my rear camber is -2.2 and I still have at least 2 shims left per side... pulling them all would probably make the camber -2.8 and that does seem a bit high (given that I'm at about -0.9 on the fronts with all the shims out except the speed sensor shim). I feel the car is slightly biased toward understeer...I am working from potentially faulty memory, but I know we pulled all the shims in the rear and the car oversteered more on the Hoosiers. We concluded that the front-rear was too different based on input from someone, so we put shims back in. I don't think it was over 2.
I would take Randy's advice
but this is what I did
got this setting from John K LA region SS champion in an Elise.
Im set at all shims removed on the front for max camber
left the rears shims alone.
4 mm total toe in on the rear
0 mm toe on the front
Lowered all the way down (track pack only) then raise or lower for corner balance.
2 clicks front and 1 on the back ( I might play with this though)
BWR front sway bar set to one back from full stiff.
I have yet to max out the from caster, which Im told helps.
I have yet to test these settings in my Exige S, but I think its a good place to start.