So am I to assume that unless alignment specs for a custom setup were/are available, you'd be wasting time and money bringing your car in for a 4-wheel alignment? Do manufacturers such as Eibach, H&R, Spax have these specs available for any given vehicle? Can a good MBZ tech "extrapolate" stock data for a given custom application?
I guess a shop would be considered "unscrupulous" if they ever did an alignment on a custom-suspended vehicle without custom specs, or would an alignment be somewhat benficial? Anyone out there with a custom suspension ever encounter this "unscrupulous-ness"?
Sorry for all the questions, but now I'm concerned that installing springs/shocks on my 2.3-16V is going to be more involved than I figured (I did figure on having to do an alignment after installation, but not to custom specs).
Thanks in advance for shedding some light on this subject.