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post #1 of 4 Old 12-03-2011, 03:41 PM Thread Starter
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360 camber settings

I am adding 19" challenge style wheels and looking to lower the car slightly, probably 3/4". I am not tracking the car, this is for street driving. Just curious if there is specific camber/alignment settings for this setup. Thanks
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3/4" is about 19 mm and that is getting pretty high for maintaining recommended camber settings with the stock springs. 15 mm (~3/5") might be more realistic. If you go to ferraridatabase.com, you can download a 360 workshop manual and that will have all the 360 alignment numbers. Someone on here probably has the CS numbers, too, if they differ from the 360 numbers. Lowering will require a full four wheel alignment juggled against the lowered ride height.

No idea why they are quoting seconds of angle when the tolerance is 10 minutes (600 seconds) of angle, but here are the 360 alignment numbers.

Wheel camber
• front wheels
-1 deg 01' 35" 10'
• rear wheels
-1 deg 26' 14" 10'


Total toe-in
• front wheels 2,5 0.5 mm
• rear wheels 3,0 0.5 mm

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No idea why they are quoting seconds of angle when the tolerance is 10 minutes (600 seconds) of angle, but here are the 360 alignment numbers.

Wheel camber
front wheels
-1 deg 01' 35" 10'
rear wheels
-1 deg 26' 14" 10'


Total toe-in
front wheels 2,5 0.5 mm
rear wheels 3,0 0.5 mm


Especially when you consider the entire factory only has 2 alingment racks (American made Hunters BTW). One is usually used to stack stuff on and I never saw the other one used.
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Thank you very much, exactly what I needed.
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