Yup on the blocks, I checked this this evening, the Hard set is deffiently 1deg, and the Toe-In set deffiently 2 deg.
I swtiched during the evening to check.
Measured 2deg toe in with the Hard hubs and D-B blocks (1deg inboard), and then swtiched to the Toe-In hubs and D-C blocks (0.5deg inboard), measured 2.5deg.
BTW it also looks like the hard set uses slightly less carbon/graphite in the moulding, when comparing the two sets, it looks more blakc plasticy, whilst the toe-in set has the smae level of graphite as the std arms.
On a different note, I had some BIG problems tonight with my car, felt soooo nervous to drive, made it very hard.
Anyway, managed to trace it down to the lowered steering rack....
Basically, if your running the lowered rack (a la Marc R worlds setup), with the std suspesion you need only 3mm of shims underneath.... otherwise you get a VERY nervous and twitchy car (i assume it relates to bump steering)
Actually thining about it, I've run it like that for the past few meetings... even the BIWS finals... guess the really high grip levels and tight and twisty track from this evening showed it off to it's worst. Oh well live and learn (still managed to Q 9th in the C... Finished 2nd