Found this in the web:
Converting from mm to degrees:
1. Multiply rim diameter in inches by 25.4 to get rim diameter in mm.
2. Multiply the result by PI to get the circumference.
3. Divide the result by 360 to get mm per degree.
4. Divide the toe mm by the mm/degree result to get toe in decimal degrees
okay, I did a little math with the steps above and my old toe settings:
pi = 3.14159265
1,06/2= 0,53 degree per side - thats about 32 minutes per side
1,679/2=0,839 degree per side - thats about 50 minutes
compare now old to new alignment:
- 26 minutes NEW versus - 32 minutes OLD on front each side
+ 45/48 min NEW versus + 50 minutes OLD on rear each side.
What do you think? ...should I go a little less aggressive, since the numbers are a bit off, cause of the Honda S2000 specs which was diald in on the allignment computer? ...or just compare to another car which has 17inch and 18inch from factory, so the numbers are correct in the computer of the machine?