no offense but it looks funny being that this is a front wheel drive car, if you did just the back then sure, why not. having the front with the camber adjusted looks like the care is off and something isn't right.
Please no flame wars, just looking and wanted to see other opinions.
The Forte doesn't use a rear spindle, so I couldn't adjust the rear. Also, the camber helps the front wheels to "tuck" into the wheel well, as well as giving it a slight "track" stance. I'm just surprised you guys are against it, typically a lowered car is accompanied with some sort of negative camber.
I’m not totally against it I just think the negatives (reduced braking traction, reduced acceleration, ect) far outweigh the benefits . If you participate in auto-x events or track days it might make sense but for everyday driving I just don’t see it.
I want my car to look good just not at the cost of every day driveability (not to mention the added tire and mechanical wear).