Thanks again, Brian !
So let's say I could get 2.2 max camber at front with my max 1.5 inches lowering,
and same for the rear. I came across your comment on the better rear camber curve
on NC (as compared to NA/NB) therefore the rear can use less camber.
So would Front 2.2 Rrear 1.9 be a good starting camber setting with 1.5 inches lowering?
Should I start with more/less bias ?
I understand I need to test various setting to find the ones that work with my driving/car/course/etc., but thought I would seek your advice for a good starting point.
I am in the process of negotiating an alignment package ( 3 alignments for the cost of 2 )
with local shops. So far no bites yet as I am in a small town
As for caster, I understand that more caster preserves straight line stability and would make the steering wheel harder to turn. I guess I am less certain why Max caster is suggested
for aggressive autocross setting as I was thinking it would make the car react slower to the steering input ?