Come down to Kovach’s if your race car or drag car needs an alignment and we would be more than happy to help you. Whether your steering wheel doesn’t line up or your car pulls to one side, we are here to help you get your high performance car back into shape.
Kovachs Auto Repair provides race car and drag car alignments to Livingston County and the surrounding areas. We can provide your race or drag car with a four wheel alignment, a geometric wheel alignment, a compensated wheel alignment, or a four wheel steer alignment. Race alignments will improve the handling of your car, but can cause the tires to wear out more quickly. For this reason, our team of race and drag car specialists can help you find the perfect balance of both if you own a street-driven track car. If needed we can help with an alignment on your daily driver too.
Four Wheel Alignment: Both front and rear wheels are adjusted. This is the most typical kind of alignment. 80% of newer cars require this type of wheel alignment.
Geometric Wheel Alignment: Only the front wheels are adjusted. This type of wheel adjustment is mainly used for older cars, where the rear wheels are correctly aligned to the car's centerline.
Compensated Wheel Alignment: If a vehicle has a damaged chassis, it will need this type of alignment. Both front and rear wheels are adjusted parallel to each other with a centered steering box.
Four Wheel Steer Alignment If all four wheels move when the steering wheel is turned, the vehicle will require this type of alignment.
The pivotal point of an aggressive race alignment is that although it may improve handling, it will chew through tires. So, it is imperative to have a seasoned tech at the controls to achieve a balance of both if you run a street-driven track car.