QUOTE (jmill @ Apr 26 2012, 11:02 AM)
Use a die grinder with a burr bit...or a rat tail file and a beer or three... and oval out the top strut mount holes...the three allen headed bolts.
If it were that easy there wouldn't be a market for $450 camber plates. The holes you speak of are specifically sized to limit adjustment for a reason. You can't move them much, if any more without the stock upper mount contacting the sides of the large center hole. He posted this on the other forum and it's pretty clear his alignment shop wasn't up to the task. They maxed out his caster and still had room to give him more negative camber.
You are right, I must be thinking of some other type of car....
I have no clue how a 914 works.