TwinfanTrue. I was quoted for Porsche parts, they're 996 part numbers so haven't changed in quite a while!
MotorheadDave, Looks as though you're stuck with the -1:30 at the rear if all the LCA adjustment has been used. I came across a video showing how to gain access to the rear strut top and it was very fiddly and time-consuming, so maybe that's one of the main reasons why no-one bothers when resetting the geo. We're talking very small angles of arc here, and you can't help but feel that with time and perseverance it would be possible to 'nudge' the top mounts towards the centre of the car ... who knows? I always wonder how robust the geo settings remain once set and you've driven a few thousand miles on knobbly UK roads rather than smooth track surfaces. Jeff
AndrewCSThank you … particularly useful given that both 981 and 718 share the same, recommended standard settings and I presume the same system design
ralphmusicFrom Goodwood Trackday with Lotus on Track August 11th. Very hot day, very hot car, tyres up 10 psi after first run. I had a couple of good sessions running with a Focus RS and a race Elise. The GT4 has good grunt and just leaves them on the straights, corners - they were braver/better than me through St Mary's. Touched 148mph before braking for Woodcote (needs a clean exit from Lavant) and braking from 110mph for Madgewick (ditto Chicane).
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