Chris uses the KW Clubsports front camber plates to do a fine adjustment on the camber. We set the camber at negative 4 degrees based on what the fast Cup Cars are doing.
On the Tarett lower arm, coarse caster adjustment is done with these red color eccentrics. We could move the pick up point back so we could adjust the arms on the long side which helps reduce angularity changes helping keep the geometry more constant and reducing bump steer.
Chris fine adjusts the caster using the Tarett tension rod. The caster was set at positive 7 degrees. The Tarett parts extreme adjustability allows for a ton of set up flexibility which we like!
Chris checks the front toe with the toe bar to the scribed line.
The front Tarett toe link is quick and easy to adjust just like the rear ones. The front toe was set at 1/8″ toe-out. When running a lot of negative camber, toe-out helps counteract the camber thrust and actually reduces scrub and rolling resistance.