Like the rear, Chris adjusts the sway bar end links to get rid of preload. We set the front sway bar in the middle of its adjustment range. After verifying our corner weights, now our car was set up and track-ready.
We cycled the HLS system and were relieved to find that our alignment didn’t change very much with the chassis raised. Camber only got less than a few tenths of a degree more positive and toe only changed 1/64th of an inch if that. Our efforts to minimize bump steer paid off. We know that we can safely raise and lower the chassis at speed without affecting the setup much which is exactly what we wanted.
We are very excited with how our project is coming out, check our next edition of Project 987.2 Porsche Cayman S to learn more about the special brake system Stoptech built for our car!