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Old 05-03-2007, 01:39 PM   #5
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The bottom line is that on a "stock" 986, you won't see more than 1.5 deg of negative camber, and more likely closer to -.8 to -1 degree negative camber. ( i say -1.5 because some have claimed to have gotten so much, but that seems more fluke than reality)

To get more, will require the use of camber plates. For almost every car club, using camber plates will put you in an Improved or Modified class (in autocross for instance) and well, without changing a lot of other stuff, you Boxster will suffer to keep up in its new class.

If class isn't important, grab some camber plates (Approx $300-500) and new shocks/springs to lower the car and really get the most of your new negative camber capabilities.
1976 914 2.0
2000 Boxster 2.7 (sold)
1978 911 SC (sold)
1970 914 w/2056 (sold)
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