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      04-04-2010, 09:29 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by aus View Post
You got a lot of negative camber for our car, which is OK if you take some turns aggressively or do some HPDE. Otherwise, be sure to check the inside edge of your tires for wear since it may wear there faster than the outside edge.
Thanks for the input! The dealer told me that due to the "extreme" drop (huh?) they couldn't get the camber to within spec. at the front end.

I was under the impression that contrary to popular belief, camber has less to do with inner edge wear than toe-in???? (Which is why I asked for a slight toe-in, to compensate).

And yep - I do quite a few driver education events. Mostly autocross format, on this track:

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