Chris checks the toe using a toe bar on the scribed line.
The toe is set quickly by spinning the adjuster on the Tarett toe link. With the Tarett parts, this is very fast and easy, you simply loosen the pinch bolts and turn! We set the rear toe at 1/8″ in total.
Chris used the sway bar links adjustability to take all the preload out of the rear bar. Following the advice of some successful Porsche racers, we set the rear bar at full soft for now.
Chris checks the front camber.
By turning the wheel from side to side and measuring the camber difference, the caster can be determined.
The 987 has a narrow front track compared to the front. We wanted to reduce this and get the front track as wide as possible. We used Taretts thick adjusting shims to extend the lower control arms about a half-inch, widening the track an inch from the arms and another inch or so with the wheels and tires. This also helps fill the wheel well nicely.