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      03-01-2020, 10:33 AM   #1
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Front Caster.

Hi guys. Johnny from Sweden here. I have aM4 comp 2017 that i just got an Íhlins R&T suspension mounted on. Feels really good after modifications .
I run my car slightly higher than last year when i had a H&R has kit on it. When i did the alignment on it last year i was a bit low on caster angle at 7,3 degrees (should be 8 degrees, +-1 degree so on the low side). As i don't track my car much i don't want to be aggressive with camber but i would like a bit more steering response and increase camber with more caster instead.
My question is what you guys have done to do this and why you choose to do what you did. I know there is a few different ways to go here with both bushings and rods, depending on how much Money you want to spend.
Give me some input guys!

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Johnny
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