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STF (Street Touring FWD) Alignment advice wanted

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Old 09-18-2015, 07:10 AM
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Alignment advice wanted

I know it's been covered in older posts, but I thought I'd raise the question again and get some current advice.
I have an 05 R53 that I intend to autocross, but it's also my DD. I'm installing Cross Coilovers with camber plates and will probably lower 1.5 inches or so. I have a 22 mm RSB set to stiff and am running 205/50 BFG's on stock 16" rims. I'll also be installing H-Sport adjustable rear camber links. I'll have an alignment next week and considering these settings for combined street and autox:

Front:
- 2.5 camber
0 toe
As much caster as possible

Rear:
- 1.5 camber
1/8 toe in

I'm a complete nube when it comes to alignment and the specs above are my distillation of many other post in the past.
Looking for advice from you much more experienced guys!
 
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Old 09-19-2015, 09:45 PM
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personally would shoot for 0 toe all around and maybe -1.0 camber in the rear.
 
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