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2004 996 Handling and Alignment

Suspension and Steering

Vehicle Information: Year: 2004; Body Type: Coupe; Total Mileage: 1150;

I have a 2004 996 with M030 and no PSM. I've started driving it a little hard and have noticed that the car pushes in fast, sweeping curves, or at least skates on pavement irregularities. The car also has noticeable positive camber in front. Is that normal or correct for M030? I'd say it has at least 2 degrees from eyeballing it. Would it cost me a fortune to have it adjusted if that is outside of factory spec? Or, am I just dealing with stiff suspension, street tires and lumpy pavement? It's also cold in Oregon this time of year. I've been reluctant to modulate the throttle much on cornering in this car yet. Will it show me good manners when I do? City/State: Portland, ORTotal Mileage: 1150Car Use: Street use only

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