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Unless the OP has aftermarket provisions for it, there are no front or rear camber adjustments on the P1 chassis.

Besides, they're in spec anyway.
 

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Unless the OP has aftermarket provisions for it, there are no front or rear camber adjustments on the P1 chassis.

Besides, they're in spec anyway.
Yup....but there are a variety of ways to achieve adjustability.

And just because they're in the manufacturer's spec doesn't mean they're good for all use... ;)
 

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Unless the OP specifically requests particular settings, I think almost every tech that would see those readings on an alignment rack will leave them as they are. Also, since there are no "normal" camber adjustments, unless a some kind of "incentive" were offered, most techs are not interested in creating unnecessary work for themselves.

Unless I missed something, the vast majority of techs in the U.S. are paid by the flat rate hour which means the less time they spend on a car, the more money they can make moving on to the next car. That is why I say many of them see alignment numbers in spec and leave it.
 

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Unless the OP specifically requests particular settings, I think almost every tech that would see those readings on an alignment rack will leave them as they are. Also, since there are no "normal" camber adjustments, unless a some kind of "incentive" were offered, most techs are not interested in creating unnecessary work for themselves.

Unless I missed something, the vast majority of techs in the U.S. are paid by the flat rate hour which means the less time they spend on a car, the more money they can make moving on to the next car. That is why I say many of them see alignment numbers in spec and leave it.
The unfortunate state of auto repair today....all the more reason to DIY.
 
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