Originally Posted by maxQ
I have my rear camber under -1.0°, while my front camber is 3°. Car is very neutral, tending towards oversteer.
I agree with you, rear toe doesn't really solve this problem.
If the above camber doesn't help, then I'm afraid the only really better solution I can suggest is stiffer front springs.
I have about the same camber setting as you. Rear is -1.25 and front -3.25.
I recently receive my new coilover kit from stance. I order the wrong front rating (8k). I should receibe my 10k very soon to remove some roll and help keeping the rear on the ground.
Also, by installing the camber plate with camber AND caster position, I get 1.2deg of added caster
So I will try to remove some static camber. Something like 3 or even 2.75. With the added caster and stiffer front spring, I will probably get more grip in the front (less understeer) and keep the rear wheel on the ground.
I will also install the 8k spring in the rear.