Just had a snapshot taken to see for fun what stock alignment looks like. Definitely room for aggressive development. I will be running -3.0 All around come racing season.
The front camber is normally adjusted by putting in an adjustable top bracket on the struts.You can only adjust toe. Front camber is fixed, and rear camber falls where it falls depending on toe and can't be independently altered.
In my opinion:
Stock front toe settings provide a good balance between stability on highways and turn-in response.
Rear toe settings I'm undecided as haven't put enough track days on the car yet and I don't trail brake on the road.
In my opinion it needs more camber but you won't get this without modification.
I set it according to tyre temps (inner, middle and outer) and tyre wear."I read on the internet" that vehicles without a large down force (like F1 race cars) do not need more than -1 degrees of Camber. Maybe that only applies to sports cars with very stiff suspension? I would think the amount of body roll would be a factor in this determination.
YesIs the rear toe adjustable? I've never seen a vehicle an adjuster for the rear toe.