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Just getting done with the engin swap put in new rac need autocross/drift alignment setup any help?
 

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what all do you have thats adjustable?

here's what i ran on my 240, atleast a starting point

front

camber -2.5 deg
caster almost 6 deg
just a hint of toe out

rear

camber at -1.75
just a hint of toe in
 

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Thanks for the info, right now I am waiting for the right rack to be reordered (for the third time) and installed.
If you have anyother info let me know also always looking for guys who are serious to come out to God's drift playground here in the Black Hills.
 

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hachibill said:
what all do you have thats adjustable?

here's what i ran on my 240, atleast a starting point

front

camber -2.5 deg
caster almost 6 deg
just a hint of toe out

rear

camber at -1.75
just a hint of toe in
This is a decent setup for hte most part as a street driven and semi track drift car:

You want negative front camber so it grips well while the wheels are turned.
Slighty positive caster will help the wheel turn back faster when its being held sideways.
The toe out for the front is to have the steering a little more responsive.

Neg camber for the rear (DUH) is to allow the rear wheels to loose traction slightly easier.
I must question why you have TOE IN for the rear?? I would do TOE OUT just so the rear would hvae a tendency to slide out. Espeically if you run a 2 way LSD or a solid axle (NO DIFF/100% locking), people run slight toe out so there wouldn't be initial turn in understeer. At higher speeds, it helps it slide out real easily as well.
 
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