I'll let them know, thank's.:smile:They will need to align the car to 93+ alignment specs (which is what is programmed into the alignment machines for the most part for the NSX anyway). You will most likely be able to get the front/rear toe and the caster into spec. The camber might or might not come into spec.
Camber seems to vary by car and by wheel/tire setup.
out of curiosity... why?
Think about it.. You are changing out the some of the cars' major suspension components. Over time, a vehicle settles and becomes used to it's setup. When you put new shocks on, you are essentially taking the car 'out of balance', thus needing an alignment.