+/- 0.10 front toe will not cause instability. I would run -0.10 front toe (per side). You want more camber in the front than the rear so -1.2 or -1.5 front camber would be good. Rear camber should be between -0.70 and -1.0. That will give you a very good basic alignment that you can tweak as you see fit based on your driving style and what you want from the car.Thanks for chatting with me about this! Do you think +0.10 or -0.10 would be more stable at highway speeds? I wish I could have found out what settings my car had stock. It drove amazing.
I want to have slight oversteer and good spirited driving in the streets/mountains and highway. Do you think my specs would setup that right? Or do you think I would need more or less negative camber in the rear?
I feel like stock it was -1.1 front and -1.2 rear. But I want to compensate the softer spring rate in the rear so I figured less camber on the rear would promoted oversteer. Thats why the R came with -0.7.
These springs handle very good. Cant wait to dial it all in. You think I should leave the rear -0.7 or go -1.2? I am still deciding if I should go +0.5/0.10 or -0.5/0.10 on the front toe.