Originally Posted by Geezer
Sounds like you bought the car used so some things come to mind. 1) Are you sure it has stock springs on it? Did the previous owner possible lower it. 2) The accident could be one cause but it had to be a pretty good one. That amount of negative camber can not be achieved within the range of allowable stock adjustments. You're lucky if you can get a quarter to half a degree (if that) at most alignments. It's unlikely taller springs will do much. It would take a considerable increase to negate (reduce) that kind of camber. I see if someone has a set of SVT front springs laying around and give them a try (borrow) before you spend serious money on other springs and have them not work.
1) Not 100% sure it has the stock springs, but the rear end is about 3/8 of an inch lower than a ZX3 with a factory suspension with about 5,000 more miles. I thought that was pretty close to the factory height of the SVT. With that said, is it possible that the previous owner lowered the front and not the back?
Either way, if the suspension is not factory an Eibach setup would have the car sitting .75 inches lower in the front than factory, and about 1 inch lower in the rear than factory. So I guess I'm hoping the ProKit will level the car out (raise the front, lower the rear). I was actually thinking about purchasing a set of KYB AGX struts/shocks last spring, so this problem would actually give me a reason to get them with the ProKit.
2) I don't see any repairs to the frame upfront. The only thing I noticed about the front end is an R DOT driverside headlamp and R DOT front bumper (probably a fender bender, nothing major) I have had the fenders off the front end and once again, no repairs to the factory welds/frame horns. As far as suspension parts, my controls arms are straight, and the bushings are solid. I'm running out of ideas of what to do.