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AFAIK there is no adjustment.
Did you hit a curb or a pothole?

Might want to have the shop look for anything bent or damaged.

As far as "how bad is it" is concerned, you are going to get excess tire wear and you won't have the mileage and handling that Honda intended. And there will be a bit more force applied to the wheel bearings. I'm sure that there are way worse cars than that on the road, and even on this forum, with their owners totally oblivious. Your car is not going to make for the nearest ditch every time you drive it. It would be worse to have this on the steering axle, or even on the driven axle if your car were RWD. As it is, just rotate the tires regularly and live with it.
 

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If it really bothers you talk to a body shop with a Unibody frame rig and ask how much it would cost to pull it back to Factory specifications.:nerd:
 

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Ok, I know about every third lowering thread I looked at mentioned bad rear toe.

In that case, since your out a good bit in offsetting directions (balances at -.05 on each wheel) I'd start looking at bushings and check the axle for play...
 
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