Brian wrote:Nobody can answer this but YOU. The reason is that it's all about each driver's particular use of the car. I have full track/autocross alignment on all my toys with ZERO camber wear issues in day to day use. But I drive harder than 99 percent of drivers out there, sliding around the freeway on and off ramps is my idea of fun between weekends of autocross and track. In my experience most folks with my level of camber do have wear issues, but not everyone. So it always comes back to how hard YOU drive the car in the turns vs how much of the time it is just going straight down the freeway.
Pretty typical aggressive street:
Camber: 1.8F 1.5R
Toe: 0 front, slight toe in rear
Camber: 3.0F 2.5 R
Toe: out front, slight toe in rear
Brian wrote:Yes indeed, the harder you drive it, the more you even up the wear despite aggressive settings for camber. To put that another way, aggressive driving is using the aggressive camber and boring straight freeway driving is riding the inside edge of the tire and that will cause adverse wear for those not pushing the car hard enough elsewhere to even it up. Thus there is always a balance to be struck depending on the particular driver's balance of freeway vs curves, and I think you are on the right path with trying a compromise of settings.
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