Re: Wheel Alignment Settings
IIRC, the BGB suggests 6mm total toe-IN at the rear. This seems excessive, but I think the early version of the SW20 tends to dynamically toe-out as the suspension shortens (ie weight on outside wheel in a turn). Later SW20 does this less so presumably doesn't need so much. The problem of the dynamic toe-out is it encourages the rear to let go. If you have other solutions to this (stronger springs, wide tyres, swaybar and other suspension geometry adjustment pieces) then you can reduce the toe-in to say 2 or 3 mm total and get more life out of your tyres.