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Old 27-07-2011, 08:27 PM   #4
Cosmo Dude
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Car: Mazda '95 Astina I4, '86 B2K and '10 3 MZR-CD
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Most wheel alignment shops will only align to what the computer tells them, that way they can't be blamed for tyre wear issues. I've given first bornes and signed stat decs to have small camber changes made that are within Mazda specs.
I recomend starting with -1.2 deg front camber (-0.2deg from factory) as a first setting. It will give the front a bit more bite into corners without suprize understeer.
Most of these settings will need to be tuned to your driving style over time.
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