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  • About devildog1679
    Name
    Alex
    Occupation
    Financial Analyst
    Location
    Madison, WI
    Interests
    Road Racing
    Your Car
    2012 GT Premium
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    Kona Blue 2012 GT Premium, Brembo, 3.73, Accessory pkg 5, Corbeau CR1 seats with Harness, Koni Yellows, Steeda Sport Springs, Strano F/R adjustable sway bars, BMR LCA & PHB, GT500 Axelbacks, Boss Pod w/ Prosport Gauges, Boss/CS F&R facsia'a, Goodridge SS lines, TPS slotted Rotors, Carbotech pads, Boss Brake cooling ducts, Boss splitter, Roush side splitters, Saleen Grill & Roush CAI(non tune). More to come Mustang Dyno 379 HP & 371 TQ

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  • Last Activity: 8/12/16 10:45 PM
  • Join Date: 9/9/11
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  1. devildog1679
    9/7/12 02:30 PM - permalink
    Makes that car a whole different animal doesn't it. Good luck, and let the suspension settle before you take in for an alighnment. Should take about 1,000 miles.
  2. autobred
    9/5/12 04:17 PM - permalink
    thanks for the info, I followed dafreeze suspension thread and went with frpp spring/struts, Steeda PHB, LCA....I do have H&R camber bolts maybe I'll throw them in if it gets out of hand. Will do on tire rotation. This car will probably 6000 miles a year so its no issue to rotate frequently either way.. thanks again bro!
  3. devildog1679
    8/26/12 08:42 PM - permalink
    Depends on your driving style. I auto cross and do track days allot in the spring to fall season. So for me anything more than -1 but less than -2 is ideal. If you dont auto cross or do track days anything between -.5 and -1.5 would be fine. If you were in the -1.5 range than some aggressive cornering would maintain even wear. If all your driving is highway than I would not do more than -1. Also more frequent tire rotation would help the wear as well. In the winter I run winter tires so I will be adding camber bolts in order to keep the softer winter rubber wear correctly. Once spring hits the bolts come out and stock ones go in. I got firestones lifetime alighnment so it no issues. What setup you going with? Sweet ride by the way.
  4. autobred
    8/24/12 05:15 PM - permalink
    Whats up Alex, getting ready to do my suspension..whats acceptable as in negative camber? trying to stay away from camber bolts..just turning in GT 500 mounts, thanks bro
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