I spy an RS. I want to say it's an 06-07?
Good eye. 2007 2.5i...for some reason 2.5RS was translated into 2.5i in 06 (maybe to save a nickel by eliminating a letter after the 2.5?) Either way, I enjoy it as a daily driver and its great in the snow.
Randy, I re-read your post...I think I was answering the wrong question in my first response; theres enough deflection in the actual rod-end. From my cad model, the front lower arm needs about 8 deg of deflection each way and the front upper needs about 13 deg each way.
The cheap-o 2-piece rod-ends I'm mocking up with will allow 17 degrees as they're mounted. Summit also sells a similar 2-piece rod-end but in chromoly and with a teflon liner that I'll probably use on the final car. If I need a few more degrees, I can also do a little work with shimming the rod-ends in the mount.
Good eye KB; all of the arms that are built that way are lowers. For the uppers, I've made threaded adjusters (essentially a grade 5 bolt with the threads chopped off and a female thread drilled and tapped in place) that allows camber to be adjusted without disassembly.
As far as orienting the bolt goes, I'm still on the fence if I want to go vertically or horizontally (fore/aft) for the upper arms. I really like the horizontal approach since it allows for caster adjustment in the front along with more travel.
For toe, I plan on using a separate toe-link that will attach to the steering arm on the rear upright - much like what it had when it was a front upright on a Protege. The toe-span isn't too bad but the big downside is this design requires readjusting toe and bump-steer any time I make a camber change (the fronts are the same).
The easiest way to avoid this would be to have the line of action of the toe-link colinear with the arm when viewed from the front/back but I couldn't find any steering racks that were the correct length for the front and theres no way I could get the Protege upright to safely work like this on the rear. Maybe on the next car.
The toe-link won't levitate on the actual car like it is in the screen shot below (and the halfshaft will also line up).