I'm no expert on this subject, but you might find this link of interest:http://users.ameritech.net/trdcelica/suspension.htm
"The front struts in the Celica have no camber adjustability and have very little camber stock. However, there are two ways to increase camber. The method I used is legal for SCCA autocross and consists of replacing the top strut bolt with a "crash" bolt available from Toyota.
These bolts are used for crashed cars that have suspension damage and cannot be returned to stock camber. The bolts are available in three sizes: 1 Dot, 2 Dot and 3 Dot. The part numbers are as follows:
1 Dot 90105-15004
2 Dot 90105-15005
3 Dot 90105-15006
Each successive bolts will change front camber by -0.5 degrees. I used 2 Dot bolts in my car to get close to the camber I wanted, since 3 Dots would give me more than I wanted. The alignment I ended up settling on was as follows..."