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      10-04-2012, 11:03 PM   #34
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Originally Posted by bigjae1976 View Post
I'm sure you'll find the car has more front end grip and turns in much crisper. I'd say be careful because now you have more grip up front so the balance of the car in the turns will change and move closer to neutral. So be mindful that you'll need to keep the rear end in control.

I spun on the first session with camber plates in my E46. I was so used to terminal understeer.

I'm also interested to hear street driving impressions.
James, thanks for the info. I was planning on increasing rear camber to around -2.0 (currently -1.7) and front to -2.2 with plates (currently -1.6) and factory toe 0.10 degrees front and rear. I hope this will not push the balance too far towards oversteer, but I'm also installing the CF performance trunk spoiler to add some rear downforce. I will post impressions after installation and next track day.
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