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    @Bigdaddysrt, can you give guidance for track alignment specs? Keep in mind that I do drive the car on the road quite a bit and I do not autox.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eunospeed View Post
    @Bigdaddysrt, can you give guidance for track alignment specs? Keep in mind that I do drive the car on the road quite a bit and I do not autox.
    Front End:
    -2.5 degrees Camber
    0.0 Toe

    0.0 Thrust

    Rear End:
    -1.5 degrees camber
    0.0 Toe

    Make sure your K-Member is torqued to specification.
    If you get uneven camber in the front end, then there is a good chance the K-Member has shifted to the driver/ passenger side.
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    What about caster? 0 degrees?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eunospeed View Post
    What about caster? 0 degrees?
    I am getting my car aligned this week... I'll let you know the updated Caster Settings.

    I finished my 500 ABARTH yesterday:
    Fresh DNA Top Mounts.
    Fresh KONI Yellow Dampers.
    Eibach Sportlines.
    Oil Change.
    Brake Fluid Change.
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    Awesome!

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    Alignment is scheduled for next Tuesday, 02.09.2021, at another shop that was recommended to me.
    We'll see what happens.

    I have the DNA Top Mounts installed at max negative camber, and zero caster.
    I will not run crash bolts, and I will not slot my KONI Struts as I don't want to void my KONI Warranty.

    Results to follow Tuesday evening.
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    DNA Top Mounts: Set to Max Negative Camber, 0 Caster
    Dampers: KONI Yellow Front and Rear Dampers
    Springs: Eibach Sportlines
    Mopar Rear Twist Beam Shims (FCA TSB)
    Wheels: 15x7 Team Dynamics ProRace
    Tires: 205/50R15 Toyo Proxes R888R

    Left: Right:
    Front:
    Toe: 0.00 0.01
    Camber: -1.84 -1.97
    Caster: 3.09 2.66
    Rear:
    Toe: 0.06 0.04
    Camber: -1.32 -.080
    Rear Thrust: 0.01

    I could use some more rear and front negative camber.
    Add some more shims to the rear twist beam, and slot the front KONI Dampers...
    but I'll run this set-up as it's always returned great handling and predictability.

    I used a shop in Frisco, Texas if anyone is looking for a great alignment shop in the North Texas Area.
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    I'm surprised the top plates won't give more front neg camber. Also, what are you using in the rear for camber? Left at -1.32 and right only -0.08 guess you need another 1.25 degrees to even things out in the rear.
    Last edited by Eunospeed; 02-11-2021 at 04:27 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eunospeed View Post
    I'm surprised the top plates won't give more front neg camber. Also, what are you using in the rear for camber? Left at -1.32 and right only -0.08 guess you need another 1.25 degrees to even things out in the rear.
    The DNA Top Mounts are set to Max Negative Camber.
    The OEM Negative Camber is supposed to be built into the Damper to Knuckle Mount.

    I have the MOPAR TSB Shims that were installed a long long time ago. (Under Warranty)
    I'd have to buy a rear shim kit and install shims to increase/set the negative camber.
    Then another alignment.
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    I just bought the SPC Shim Kit for the rear twist beam.
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    "I thought you had a HEMI. Yeah, I had to have a footprint gas pedal installed. So I stole this pile."

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