Originally Posted by BigJay
If you cant find a shop that specializes these cars are basic to align. If you want a street performance type alignment go with -1.5 to -2.0 in camber and toe in about 1mm. If you have camber castor plates installed set the caster as far positive that you can same both sides probably around+7 is all you can get. Any alignment shop should be able to dial in those numbers.
Ok. Gotcha. I ended up getting camber bolts for the front since it isn't a drastic drop and a panhard rod for the rear. Hopefully those will help keep it close to where it needs to be after its lowered. Do you think somewhere like Kauffman, etc would be able to get it in the range that it needs to be in?
I'm putting new tires on it at the same time, so I want to try to not kill them before I get to break them in if at all possible.