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I got my Z aligned at the dealer the other day and the specs call for -.75 in the front and they aligned it to -.6 .

My question is, is that enough to make the car handle worse than if it was set at -.75?

Also can you adjust the camber even more, to say like -1.0 and get better handling but still maintain decent wear on the street?
 

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I initially set mine at...

-1.0, neutral toe front &
-0.7, 1/4"toe in rear(ea., !/2" total)
tire wear wasn't bad
I was beating everyone off the line but they were beating me in the corners (ProSolo). It handled great on the street.

I needed more for the track however and I am now running
-1.6, neutral toe front &
-1.0, 1/8" toe in rear(ea., 1/4" total)
I am now not quite as quick of the line but I am still beating everyone and I am good in the corners. This is al with stock hardware. My tire wear is noticable on the inner edge now and I have limited my street driving (Its Winter anyways).

If your just going to drive on the street you can probably take the front to -1.0 with neutral toe and should have a nice balance between tire wear and handling
 

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TRZ06,
Trust me on this. You will not notice any difference on the street going to -.75 camber or more from what you have at -.6.
You are well within the specs on camber.
I would not touch it.
Dave
 
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