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Old 07-21-2017, 05:09 AM   #1
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Alignment specs 2012 SE

Anyone know what would be good alignment specs for a 2012 Focus SE? Mostly a DD with an occasional HPDE .


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Get a pr of toe-links, to make toe adjustments easier. For the street, I like zero front toe w/ .006/.008 toe per side for the rear. For the track you'd want to try different settings, such as zero toe for the rear OR some toe out for the front, but for sure not both at the same time.
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I would put in a small amount of negative camber in front suspension maybe -0.5 help in performance driving and likely not notice in daily tire ware.
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I would put in a small amount of negative camber in front suspension maybe -0.5 help in performance driving and likely not notice in daily tire ware.
Camber for the front isn't adjustable unless you have camber plates or A-arms.
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