I had my ST springs and alignment done at a race shop. I don't recall what was adjustable or not, but the setup looked good (0.19 rear toe-in on both sides). 0 and .20 isn't going to handle well as you know.Can anyone share their alignment specs after lowering their QV with ST lowering springs? My left rear toe is at -0.08 and my right is +0.20 for a total toe of 0.20. The car feels squirrelly in the rear when changing lanes on the highway.
Small world! Sent you a PMYes, it is blue. Did you see it?
The Alfa mechanic said that the left rear toe couldn’t be adjusted into range. He said when the car is lowered funny things happen to the rear toe. It was the Service Department at the Alfa/Maserati dealership on Wilmington Pike in Chadds Ford, PA.
Perfect, glad this was resolved!!I had my car re-aligned and WOW! This thing tracks like a laser! Car had settled on the new springs after 50 or so miles that it was totally out of alignment. Most notably rear toe. And that was causing rear end to step out when the suspension compressed and released. It’s great now!
whoa. That’s high.Bump but what did you pay for alignment? I was quoted $400 for alignment and $400 for adaptive cruise control calibration.
Yeah I was afraid of the dealer quote. I was afraid there was something extra needed. I've only had bad experiences with Firestone but maybe worth a chance.whoa. That’s high.
I didn’t put on ST springs. I put on OEM 2017 springs on my 2018. I printed the alignment procedure from the maintenance manual and took it to a firestone.
they had no issues and all settings were within spec when they were done. I think it cost me $110. Nothing with adaptive cruise should need to be adjusted.
$112 for me at a very reputable "Metric" auto shop after I replaced my 2018 springs with 2017 and added 8-10mm of LCA shims.Yeah I was afraid of the dealer quote. I was afraid there was something extra needed. I've only had bad experiences with Firestone but maybe worth a chance.