AO Platinum Member
Join Date: Aug 2003
Location: London, England
At the moment you will have MASSIVE toe-out on the front.
As an example, when I put Cinquecento Sporting springs on my std Cinquecento it resulted in way over 10mm toe-out, it was so much that we couldn't measure it because it was off of the gauge!!, and that was only with about 20mm lowering...
You will have more camber than std, because it increases with lowering, but as long as the tracking is set properly then tyre wear will be fine.
Ideally you want to make sure camber is even side to side though. You may have enough movement to do that at the back, but on the front it usually means moving the subframe over slightly to even it up.
Audi TT 3.2v6 DSG
xAlfa 156 Selespeed sp3 + Brembo conversion
Fiat Cinquecento 899cc