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FC AutoX setup with GC and KYB

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FC AutoX setup with GC and KYB

I will be taking my autoX FC in to a race shop for corner balancing and alignment very soon. I'm looking for help with a good baseline setup for the car. I have Ground Control's alignment specs but I'm not sure if they are road race or autox

Is there a reccommended alignment for autoX with the following parts?

GC coilovers and camber plates with 400/250 springs
RB sways with Mtrix endlinks
DTSS eliminated
Poly bushings all around
17*7.5 wheels with 225/45

What is a good baseline damping setting to run on these struts/shock with these spring rates?

Is there an optimal ride height for the coilovers to be set closest to? Maybe to retain certain geometries in the suspension? Is it 25" fender lip to ground?

TIA for any help.

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is this car driven on a street? try 1.5 deg of camber all around, slight toe out unless u hate when the car wonders on the road on the highway. rear a total toe of .30. go from there.
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