This is partially true. OEM eccentric crash bolts are allowed but you have to be careful on how much negative camber you dial in. I used to run Mustangs in FS and if you ran more than -2.1 degrees camber, with crash bolts, at a National event, you would be protested and DQ'd. You could always get more but you were not allowed to. I'm not saying neg camber does not help. It does. Running as much as you can does not fit the Street category, which was and is entirely my point. There are limitations.For anyone else reading this, if you haven't been able to tell from my other posts, you are 100% allowed to dial in whatever alignment settings you want using the factory hardware in any class of SCCA autocross. What you are not allowed to do in Street, is change the hardware, such as using an eccentric bolt with a different cam profile, unless the factory service manual permits it. So if you can dial in -1.5 degrees of negative camber at the front on the stock eccentrics, go for it. Not only will it help optimize the cornering capability, it will also help save the outside edge of your tires from wearing down too quickly.