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Old 10-31-2011, 04:32 PM
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bertrandsv87
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Sorry Jason , I also wanted to point out that I meant two degrees negative camber all around, not positive in my previous post : I worked too much this week....lol.... I see that you run one degree positive camber up front but sauce only 1/3 of the tire. AE tc4 cars have loose bearings that already cause a one degree gain in camber with minimal lateral push. So you are ending up with two degrees positive camber while turning, too much traction, and huge outside tire wear. On the other hand a negative two degrees camber would end up being one degree negative camber with a more even tire wear, and, with full tire sauce, will give you enough traction to turn... Also, for 1550grams I think Ae blue or silver springs work best.....
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