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Boxster front camber

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Vehicle Information: Year: 2003; Engine (type, size, modifications): 3.2L; Total Mileage: 6,000;

After purchase, I had the car re-aligned as it was lousy right from the dealer. The most camber another dealer could get was -.25 up front (I watched him use a small bar to try and press the tops of the towers in). I've heard many people say they could get at least -.75 at certain shops. I know of others that got a full -1.0. How do you suppose these shops are performing this magic? What "should" the Boxster be able to get at stock ride height? Why did Porsche limit the potential for more negative camber if the owner wants more without cutting / modifying anything else? Thank you.

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