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I am getting ready to finalize the Z06 for the racing season. My primary emphasis is NCCC Group I settings (May run Grup II if Kumho or Hoosier do not have right tire sizes).

As such, I have lowered the car to the bottom of the bolt w/rubber bumpers next to A-arm (cutting not permitted)and am getting ready to do the alignment. My thoughts are 2.5 deg. front and 1.75 rear camber, zero toe and as much camber as possible. Any comments or suggestions. Also, any suggestions on non adjustable shocks, wheels (stock sizes), etc. apreciated. Making the big plunge from C-2 to C-5 this year and most of the car is new to me.

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Your camber settings would be too extreme for public roads. Tire wear would be sinificant. Dial in as much caster as you can 6.5 or more. Camber if you plan to street should be about 1.5 neg. front and 1.0 to 1.25 neg rear. A very little toe-in front and a very little toe-out rear if I remember it correctly.

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Thanks for the advice, but the car will be trailered for almost all the events, the camber will be changed for the few times it is drag raced.

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