Post by PseudoRealityX on Feb 25, 2003 19:39:52 GMT -5
come on Kevin, don't you know the whole, "loosen everything, pull hard, tighten everything trick?
Take it to any place that KNOWS what they're doing and they should be able to get it where you want it.
FWIW, the Mazda dealership is NOT one of the aforementioned places. The guy there told me the Protege would be "undriviable" with anything more than 1 degree of negative camber. Maybe one day I'll drop by with the MR2, and show him the 2.75 degrees in the front and tell him I'm averaging 30,000 miles a year on that setup;)
I autocrossed a 92 Protege in STS -current ride '93 MR2 E-stock/T5
heh, at this past weekend's auto-x while swapping the wheels, I noticed the camber adjustments. It was quite a surprise in that I didn't know that the car had such adjustments. This leads me to my next question. What are optimal settings for auto-x? I've found a few hints while searching on yahoo. From what I gather, it seems that I should go max negative on camber for both front and rear. Max positive caster for the front. What about toe, though? Should I toe out in in the front and 0 in the rear?
I can adjust it myself in that we have all of the alignment tools necessary at my office (quite convenient).