Originally Posted by TyoBBS
All of my experience is with spec WGT tires which are probably harder than what you are using; so, I am not sure I can contribute much about what is happening to the inside of your right tire.
Four things to try...
First, use the inside holes on the steering blocks. On asphalt, I am always using them to get even tire wear.
Second, reverse the ball stud placement in your servo saver and attach the steering links so they are swept back to the attachment points on the steering blocks. With the links basically straight, the steering can go "over center" and the inside tire will tend to flop around a bit so it does not track properly.
Third, try 0 or 5 degree Upper Arm Mounts. Consider switching back to the standard plastic upper arm mounts because the aluminum units can get bent in a big shunt.
Fourth, use CRC #3279 Roll Center Kit to raise the Upper Arm Mounts which will decrease the amount of camber gain you experience as the front suspension moves upward (under load). I have these parts on all three of my asphalt and carpet cars.
Sorry about all the options; but, I do think you will find a solution by trying some of the above.
What I really like about these cars is that testing the different setups can be as fun and interesting as racing.
Good luck with determining the solution.