I need advice. I have a 1991 BMW M5 with Dinan Stage 1 suspension. I need to get an alignment. I called Dinan and asked what they would run for camber/toe/caster. Below is what they told me. Suspension Specifications E34 Chassis 5-Series (M5) Tire Pressures: Front 34 lbs. Rear 31 lbs. Sway Bars: Front Full Soft Rear Full Stiff Shock Settings: · · Front ¾ of a turn from full soft · · Rear ¾ of a turn from full soft NOTE: All Dinan Suspension Alignments Are Done With Full Fuel Tanks And No Weight Inside The Vehicle Stage 1 and 2: Front: Tol. Camber -0.7° ± 0.5° Caster 7.9° ± 0.5° TotalToe 0.30° ± 0.08° Rear: Camber -1.7° ± 0.5° TotalToe 0.42° ± 0.12° I showed this to my buddy and he felt these numbers were really weird. So, I'm coming to you guys to ask for advice. Do the above numbers sound really weird for a 1991 BMW M5 with Dinan Stage 1 suspension? The car is mainly run on the street. I live in Portland, OR and frequently take it up into the hills and run it hard. It'll maybe see one or two fun track days a year, but no racing.