2015 BE Gun Metal Grey Stock
yeah it will be off a hair from what it was set at by the time you get home more than likely. regardless by the specs we run around with daily is not what we left the dealer with . I always help the tech do the alignment on mine and you can watch the numbers bounce around in real time without even touching the car or just putting the tool on the bolts. one weird thing I thought I had an issue with is my caster ( non adjustable without a shim on the GTR) was off at my 1K check up. when I went back for my 1 year it was still off but by the time we got everything else speced up right it sort of magically went away. so not sure if it was a false reading or what.One thing I've come to learn with GT-R alignment is that it's easy to get bumped out of spec. I had my alignment done a week ago and just had it redone yesterday because the tech didn't center the steering wheel correctly. He said when he hooked it back up to the alignment machine the front tow already was out of spec again no more than a week later! He said it could be due to the way my front tires have worn and they could be causing it to pull itself out of spec. Who knows.
I would recommend if you want to maximize tire life to get the alignment done every 6 months instead of waiting a full year. Of course this is if you plan on daily driving the car or putting decent amount of miles on it.
Yeah here was my most recent. We hit print screen before the caster issue went away after we locked everything downYeah all you can do is try to avoid potholes and major road bumps as much as possible. This was my before and after alignment when I took it in originally after my right front tire hitting a bigger than normal bump in the road. As you can see it clearly knocked the tow out of spec. View attachment 153497