Re: 987.2 Cayman S MT Track Prep, Maintenance, and Mods
I had my suspension redone 6 months down the road, to include the Elephant toe links, slightly more front camber, and the alignment. In the rear, lowered Caymans do have an alignment issue with toe in adjustments. That is the reason for the adjustable toe link and a lock out plate for the OEM toe adjuster. Simply not enough twist to push out the OEM toe link for 12 to 14 minutes of toe in in the rear when sitting level at a lowered ride height. If you have a solid thrust puck with caster setting (8.5-9.0) and wheelbase adjuster in the rear, the solid puck helps control the toe in and out to a small degree, but it also helps control forward and aft motion of almost 3 inches at the rear wheels according to my installer.
That camber alignment should do you well. You can then build your tire footprint around those camber adjustments to refine the f to r roll balance. I now use 255/35/18's f and 275/35/18 in the rear on all three sets of wheels and tires. Michelin PS4's, RE71R's and Hoosier A7's.
Last edited by Apex1; 08-16-2019 at 09:33 AM.
2007 SC, Bi Xenon, roof rack, red tail light kit, Ohlins R&T, Tarett Cup LCA's f&r, Tarett GT sway bars, down links, Elephant toe & bump steer links f&r, r toe locker plates, f frame camber slotted mounts, Pedro's TechnoBrace, Racing Dynamics f strut brace, Function First orange motor mount insert, Numeric short shifter&cables, GT3 throttle body & Agency Power Plenum, EVOMS V-flow Intake, Milltek Muffler & tips, GT2 brake ducts f&r, Signature SV104 forged monoblock Black Chrome Powder coated 18 race wheels, RE71R's tires, Forged monoblock Titan 7 TS-5/ Hoosier A7's, LN deep 2 Qt sump & skid plate, Porsche Motor Sports AOS.