Originally Posted by djrfan
recently got a standard 415 and im after what toe blocks i would need to run 2 degree rear toe in none to 1 dergree toe for the front at the widests possible
For the rear, an A-E combo would give 2 degrees toe-in (as long as you are using 0 degree hubs).
For the front do you want toe-in or toe-out? Use a C-E combo for 1degree toe-in, or E-C for 1 degree toe out.
There is a chart on Tryhard's website which gives you the full range.
(Edit: Damn Burlap beat me to it
Richard, what track is this for?
If it's for Bayside, then I suggest you run the car quite narrow, it will make it quicker through the corners. I would normally run B-XB on the front and XB-B on the rear. You can run A-XB on the front if the car is a little too "twitchy".
I can email you some of my Bayside setups if you want, they're for the 415MSX but I thibk they'd be a good starting point