Wheel alignment values

Adjustment value and tolerance

max. difference left to right

Front axle

Toe - unpressed

+ 10'± 5'

Toe difference angle at

- 40' to

correction only possible

20' steering lock

- 1' 50'

by replacing the steering

arms

Camber

0'± 10'

20'

Caster

3°15'+ 0

30'

-45'

Rear axle

Toe (each wheel)

+ 10'± 10'

10'

Camber

- 45' ± 20'

30'

Ride height and spring brace settings

Front axle

Height setting *

Bottom bolt edge of

rear trailing arm mount

below wheel center (p.

Production running gear (strut height not adjustable)

Row

130 ±10 mm***

USa

127 ±10 mm***

All 968 CS except M 030

147 ± 10 mm***

Sport-type running gear M 030 (height-adjustable spring struts)

RoW including all 968 CS M 030

147 ± 10 mm

USA

127 ± 10 mm

Rear axle

Spring brace setting

Height setting *

(Spring brace inclination)**

Center of brace mount

(torsion bar center)

below wheel center

ALL 968 CS

14°

- 37 ± 10 mm

ALL 968 CS M 030

-37 ± 10 mm

RoW Coupé Manual transmission

18°

-17 ± 10 mm

Tiptronic

18.5°

-17 ± 10 mm

RoW Cabriolet Manual transmission

18.5°

-17 ± 10 mm

Tiptronic

20.5°

-17 + 10 mm

USA Coupé Manual transmission

18.5°

-17 ± 10 mm

Tiptronic

18.5°

-17 ± 10 mm

USA Cabriolet Manual transmission

19.5°

-17 ± 10 mm

Tiptronic

20.5°

-17 ± 10 mm

RoW M 030 Manual transmission

10°

-37 ± 10 mm

M 030 Tiptronic

11°

-37 ± 10 mm

USA M 030 Manual transmission

14°

-17 ± 10 mm

M 030 Tiptronic

15°

-17 ± 10 mm

* max. ride height difference left to right: 10 mm.

On U.S. vehicles, the bumper height is used as a reference (refer to page 44-4). The distance from the measuring surface (road surface or any level surface) to the measuring point must be 543 ± 20 mm at the rear axle. At the front axle, the distance must be 611 ± 20 mm. For measuring points, refer to page 44-4.

*** Checking dimension. Height cannot be adjusted.

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