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Old 07-17-2002, 12:50 PM   #1
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align rear irs

can anyone tell me what the best rear align settings should be or use factory? for irs lowered 1.5 inch. also is there enough adjustment for street and track? if so whats a good set up?
thanx mike
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Re: align rear irs

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can anyone tell me what the best rear align settings should be or use factory? for irs lowered 1.5 inch. also is there enough adjustment for street and track? if so whats a good set up?
thanx mike
I think the setting you are going to be concerned about is camber. I am running -1.5 degrees on my 01 for track use, but I believe -.5 is the stock setting. This can easily be adjusted at an alignment shop, btu be aware if you go with to much negative camber for street use, you will wear the insides of the tires faster.

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