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      01-16-2017, 05:49 PM   #4
RobE92M3
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Toe out in the front helps turn-in on the track but will wear tires fast if driving on the street. As FogCityM3 mentioned, typically people run up to ~1/8" toe out in the front. For the rear, a little static toe in helps stability and also counters some of the toe-out that occurs under squat when accelerating out of a corner. Also toe out in the front will cause scrubbing, which slows straight line speed and why most Spec Miata's run zero toe out in the front.