Gary Fisher Aquila (retired), Specialized Allez Sport (in parts), Cannondale R500, HP Velotechnic Street Machine, Dented Blue Fixed Gear (retired), Seven Tsunami SSFG, Specialized Stumpjumper Comp Hardtail (alloy version)
No and there are no tools. If your CF frame is out of alignment then return the frame. TTBOMK You cannot cut carbon without destroying it. Do your best to make sure before you do anything drastic. Get a very good set of vernier calipers and measure the length of your head tube very carefully.
if it appears that your head tube is shaped more like a rhombus than a rectangle then you've got a bad frame.
How did you determine that the cup aren't lining up correctly?
It's more of an assumption the cups are the issue.
Once I had the steerer cut, I went ahead and installed the stem/spacers/compression plug/cap.
When i tightened down the compression plug, the front of the bearing cap presents no gap between it and the cup. The rear of the cap has a gap, visibly noticable and also by touch you can tell there's an issue. When on the stand the the bars will rotate freely, but the moment you put any weight on the front end, the bearing cap is grinding against the cup.
My headset seems to be adjusted correctly, but it binds when the bars are turned.
2. If it is a threadless system, the bottom face of the stem may not be perpendicular to the bore thus causing the bearing cap to cock and rub the cup. Solution: Face the bottom surface of stem square with steerer tube