The Tech bulletin's calibration in mm is clearly causing confusion not least with us owners, as most Alignment shops are setting up and recording in angles of degrees and minutes.
Called in at Ancaster Alfa Romeo locally and they confirmed that the Tech Service Bulletin would have been followed and prescribed when they engaged any third parties to set up the cars suspension after work or on delivery.
Headed across to Sanspeed who are a respected tuner/motorsport workshop for their thoughts on the question of in particular the Rear Total Toe. Looking at the TSB they commented on how wide all the parameters were but would not be drawn on the Rear Total Toe.
As I was getting nowhere, called up Elite Direct who transformed the handling on my Mk1 Golf last year. They supplied the following values which they would recommend and are from the "Hunter" Db.
Front Camber -1 degree 19"
Rear Camber -1 degree 15"
Front Total Toe -0 degree 09"
Rear Total Toe -0 degree 45"
These correspond with TomX19's new Rear Total Toe setting and confirm Mick164's almost parallel Front Total Toe setting.
Whilst Tom is clearly very pleased with his thrust angle has this been achieved by setting the Front Total Toe in
at -4 degrees 18". Tom how stable does the car feel when you turn in on a fast bend?