Ok, I was reading up on some steering stuff and determined that I don't like the way my car has an under steer problem. I know it is designed to but I would rather not have that much. I was told that by aligning it with zero toe to slight toe-out that this will help with my turns and not cause the front to lose traction. Does anyone know what the exact degrees are for this kind of thing? For those who don't know, Under steer is when your front tires lose traction before your rears and "Plow" instead of turning. think of it as being on ice and turning sharply. You will not turn.