View Single Post
      05-01-2009, 11:57 AM   #3
lucid
Major General
 
lucid's Avatar
 
Drives: E30 M3; Expedition
Join Date: Apr 2007
Location: USA

Posts: 8,034
iTrader: (0)

Your pressure was probably low. 2.3 bar is 33 psi. That's low for track use. I would start out with 37-38 psi and try to keep it around 40 psi (measure hot pressure in between sessions and let air out if it is too high). It is true that the stock suspension does not have a whole lot of negative camber up front, but you'd have to be driving pretty hard and the car would need to be pushing hard into corners (understeer) for this to happen so quickly due to a camber issue. I don't get the impression you were driving that hard. At any rate, this is not a big deal. You just scruffed the tires on the outside a little. Just use higher pressure next time. But if you will track frequently, a dedicated set of wheels/tires would save you money in the long run indeed.
__________________
lucid is offline   United_States
0
Reply With Quote