Originally Posted by 00Maddog
usually you set the top to the min camber setting, then align the car to spec. come autocross day you can easily dial in some more camber, and the way our suspension is set up by adding camber you increase toe out in the front, which also helps turn. at the end of the day you can easily slide them back to the min setting, which should return your alignment to the first specs. also cornering puts the majority of the load on the ball joint + control arm, not much force is put up top. they won't slide on their own
I was asking Dale and Derrek about this. They both said that adjusting at track was a bad idea.