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Hey folks.. I have a 2009 Touring that im slowly making modifications to for auto cross.. I upgraded to race pads and rotors this winter and installed the Hotchkis 35mm

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Old 06-29-2020, 03:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey folks..

I have a 2009 Touring that im slowly making modifications to for auto cross.. I upgraded to race pads and rotors this winter and installed the Hotchkis 35mm front sway bar last month...

The big question is what is a decent alignment setup I could go with having mainly stock components to optimize the cars performance... currently on stock rays wheels with falken azenis fk510 300tw tires... I believe the cars alignment is stock from factory still.. will confirm when/if I get it changed...


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there's no adjustment in the front
limited adjustment in the rear

depending on your class, modifications are limited
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You wont be able to do much with the factory suspension. When I ran SCCA B-street I ran factory spec toe front and rear with as little rear camber as possible.
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