Front wheels: 1 deg negative camber, 1-1/2 degree positive caster.
Rear Wheels: 1 degree positive caster
Settings- All Konis on Medium, Hotchkis bars set to center hole.
Overall- Amazing, unbelievable. Hard to believe it's the same car. Definitely feels BMW-esqe now-- which was my goal.
Steering force required has gone up slightly. I call this a definite good thing.
The dreaded "dead zone" is gone at freeway speed. Any input, no matter how small, points the car in a new direction. There is a bit of "dartiness"-- which is why the car is sold with a less-aggressive alignment. This car must now be driven. If you cruise while talking on the cell phone- don't get this suspension!
The damping is much improved. Uneven road surfaces pass under the car with easy rapidity- no bounce, no jarring. The car is squeak-free.
The pronounced "boatiness," made much worse by the fact that my car had over 50k miles on the OEM struts, is completely gone. Hard acceleration nets a flat, stable body attitude- same goes with hard braking. Car remains very controllable with very hard braking as well- gone is that pronounced "push" understeer felt as the stock radius bushings would deform.
Directional stability is awesome, even at speeds up to 125 mph. At these speeds, the car feels solidly planted and completely at home.
I may move the rear Hotchkis sway bar to a more aggressive stting, however- there is still a slight
tendency to understeer when push hard, and I prefer a car that oversteers (especially these cars, which throttle-steer so nicely). I am a little reluctant, as I do still like this setup.
I have to get to a track. This has definitely transformed my Holden into a no-sh1t M3-slayer.
More when I think of them.