Rear axle

Differing settings for U.S. vehicles are given in brackets.

America-

Roadster

Carrera RS

Carrera RS America

Speedster

Height adjustment:

From road contact surface to meas. point at control arm mm

258 ±5 (268 ± 5)

258 ±5 (268 ± 5)

223 ±5

268 ±5

258 ±5 (268 ± 5)

From road contact surface to meas. point at outer control arm mount mm (body side)*

270 ±5 (280 ± 5)

270 ±5 (280 ± 5)

235 ±5

280 ±5

270 ±5 (280 ± 5)

max. left-to-right difference mm

10

10

5

10

10

Toe-in per wheel

+ 10' ±5'***

ii

H

ti

"

max. left-to-right difference

10'

it

II

it

K

Camber

- 40'± 10'***

15')

max. - 55 min. -15'**

- 45'± 10' (-45' max. - 55' min. -15')

max. left-to-right difference

20'

H

ii

«

* Use this measuring point if it is provided (refer to page 44 - 4). ** Modified values that are also applicable retroactively.

*** Modified rear-axle settings (camber and toe-in) for service. Former settings: Toe-in (per wheel) = + 15' ± 5' / camber = - 20' ± 10'

The new values are applicable retroactively to suspension alignment operations on all Carrera 2/4 vehicles from the start of production.

Suspension alignment settings

Printed in Germany - XXI, 1994

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