After navigation of femoral stem anteversion, trial acetabular components were positioned manually, and their position recorded with navigation. Then, final components were implanted with navigation at the goals prescribed by the femur-first impingement detection algorithm. Postoperatively, three-dimensional computed tomographies were performed to determine achieved component position and model impingement-free ROM by virtual hip movement, which was compared with published values necessary for activities of daily living. This model was run a second time with the implants in the position selected by the surgeon rather than the navigation program. In addition, we researched into risk factors for ROM differences between the freehand and navigated cup position.