Doesn't really seem like they did that much - except for correcting the Toe a bit up front. I'd go back and request they tweak it some more for free.
If you're on stock suspension and OEM-sized 17 tires (tC 17s are a close enough fit and offset to stock).... then you'll want to dial the front camber down a bit more.
You'll also want to pickup some rear adjustable LCAs (Lower Control Arms) with camber adjustment to dial out some of that rear camber too. Without adjustable LCAs, it can't be done on the OEM suspension.
I'd recommend the following settings (they are NOT the only settings that will work, but will be better than what you have now):
Front Camber L/R - leave as-is or slightly less aggressive (for OEM) @ -0.5 or -0.6
Front Toe L/R - 0.0x (this will go a long way to mitigate that uneven wear with slightly negative camber
Rear Camber L/R - dial this back to be LESS than the front (so say you keep -1.0 or -0.8 in the front, make the back -0.5 or -0.4 respectively
or if you go with -0.5 front camber, then dial the back to -0.1 or 0.0)
Rear Toe L/R - slightly positive (0.05 or 0.1)
As for adjustable LCAs - best bang for your buck are SPC 67660 (pickup two).
Look around on the web and you can grab a set for <$180 shipped.
Last edited by Perscitus; 05-12-2015 at 08:23 PM..