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Hi All,

 

Does anyone have the original alignment/factory specs for the 2014 981 boxster w/18" wheels?

 

I'm going for any alignment as my new car tracks a little to the left and just wondering the proper specs... 

 

The wheel actually seems to track all over the place but straight..constant inputs required...  I just hope its an alignment issue and not the electric steering..as I never had that before..

 

Thanks

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Hi Loren,

 

Thanks for that.  Would you know a base 2014, with no features..which coloums would be applicable? -  the "Standard"  or one of the others? 

 

Also the tolerences are very high... if I'm reading this correctly..for examplple - Rear Axle - Toe per wheel on standard says 8'..but then a tolerance of +-5'?  Is that a huge tollerance on 8'

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If want the car to track MORE straight..  and left input everyseconds.. that how it is feeling now...  the slightest rock on the road on uneven pavement the car totally shift left and right.. way more than my previous 987..

 

what would be the best numbers (camber/toe) to aim for?

 

 

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Something doesn't make any sense.    on  the image above it states Camber at -20?   from the link below in the forum, it states camber -1.5

 

How on earth is camber at -20?  the car wouldn't drive?

 

I must be reading this very wrong..

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Pretty sure the apostrophe after the 20 means minutes, so that would be equivalent to about .33 degrees.

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Greetings from E. TN. Found this info while searching for the specs. I had my '15 Cayman aligned @ 2 places & the print out was similar in showing the results. Neither one used the ' sign as shown  in the above values. Front & rear toe are shown as 0.04degree (f) & 0.14degree (R)  Camber & caster are listed in degrees as well. Sooo, what does -20' +- 15' mean in degrees ? Thanks for your reply, Loren & the great info.

Edited by vintageseabee78
wrong key stroke

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