You also added Dom's or CFM's toe-link's too, HUH? Also add the boot's to go w/ them. It make's rear toe adjustment's so much easyier & quicker & you can feel the rear suspension is more complyent too. Don't forget CFM's tubular control arm's either= more forward bite/ lighter weight/ adjustable camber. Since your there you really should add a Torsen to the mix!Turn them all the way down, bottomed out. It may take a while for the suspension to settle, I also added a little more negative camber even though I had already rolled my rear wheel openings. It took about a day for my suspension to finally settle to it's lowest and it ended up being about 1/16 to a 1/4 inch of what it was before the lca change. If you really need to adjust do it with the help of a buddy and with your weight in the car just like when you get a alignment. I found, at least in my area, that the techs don't know what to do with this type of suspension change, they have never seen any thing like it so they are hesitant to work on it. They will try to put it to factory specs and that may not fit your particular driving style or your type of tire wear patterns.
I find it's easier to turn a toe-link, say quarter turn, naw, it's a less than that to get say, from .10 per side to say 0 toe on the rear for tracking the car, than trying to adjust the stock acentric bolt on your rear arm's. Just mark the toe-link's for a for your toe! Put the car on the alignment rack & close the door so you don't get wind coming in & don't forget to pull the pin's on the rear plate= I seen to many guy's not pull the rear plate pin's & try to adjust the rear toe! Just a little turn will get you a lot of adjustment there, as far as toe-link's go.Yes, I do have Massive's adjustable toe arms and Massive's adjustable upper camber arms. As to easier, the jury is still out on that one, what would be easier if there were a true dead neutral point for all the adjustability that is now present in the rear suspension. Having a repeatable/returnable neutral point would make suspension adjustments for track conditions or autocross conditions, or even banked oval conditions much easier to do and easier to change back for the drive home.