The assembled arms are then installed on the clip. This shot shows the two different mounting points on the clip and how TCI gets the dual-purpose moniker. The lower point is the autocross position while the upper is for street/drags. In the lower holes you can get 5 degrees of positive caster and 1.5 degrees of negative camber. These settings will improve high-speed stability, help the car track straight, and improves the tires' contact patch during a turn. In the upper mounting position, the car will be aligned with normal street specs and will steer nice and easy.