So, those printed instructions say turn 3.25 turns to the right from the left zero position.
That should match with you having the front wheels pointed directly ahead.
Do not force against the left zero position, this should rotate easily and just "feel" the stop.
This is an interesting topic i have stumbled upon. My
point dont or none in put to above but i feel car with staggard wheels and rear wheel drive have greater scope.
I drive rear wheel mercedes SLK with 34000 miles from new and is model year 2008/09 Face Lift. With above set up you will technically experience understeer when going into fast curves and ...