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adcyork

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At the risk of opening a can of worms... I'd like to ask what geometry settings people are running with a similar spec.

I'm running AO32's with a TranX plate LSD at roughly 200bhp.

I've got the car booked on the ramp on Friday and I'm looking for a base setting to get started before the car hits the track.

Any help much appreciated


shane

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Formally running 182hp with 4pin diff and also A032ís on a 10x5ís with et15 offset.

Front;
-2 degrees camber
5 degrees caster
Parallel tracking

Rear:
-1 camber
Track had a touch or toe in but without digging out my last four wheel alignment slip I canít give an exact figure.

Road going car / occasional track day.
Seemed a good compromise (as with all settings driving style/personal preference)

Shane

Edited by shane on 15th Oct, 2019.


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Is all the front end rose jointed, with a plate diff I think you will find the car pulls all over the place if there are any rubber or poly bushes in the suspension that allow the geo to change.


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adcyork

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Yes, lower arms and tie bars are both rose jointed and both subframes are rigidly mounted.

Thanks for the info Shane


shane

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Not a problem, should of also mentioned rear subframe is fully polly bushed.
Front has aluí tower mounts, std floors with poly tear drops.
Tie rods are minispares updated bushes, lower arms are spherical rod end.

Shane

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