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Old 12-06-2005, 01:34 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by ratt_finkel
Well I can tell you for a fact your air pressures were way too high. I would try something around 32 psi in the front next time.

You are very close to having a perfectly balanced car. Perfect balance in steady state corners is very hard to master. I was going to actually recommend reducing negative camber in the rear as well. My guess is, mid-corner the weight transfer front to rear has stabalized therefor, you are basically having too much grip in the rear.

Like you mentioned though, loosening it up for one thing is going to effect the other parts of the corner. I would defintely recommend trying it to see though, it may not be as loose as you think.

Also, leave the toe-out.
Not sure what you found, but high 30s hot were the ticket for me on V710s. With an STi, you cannot reduce rear camber w/o seriously affecting the turn-out of the car. With every other Subaru I reducing the rear camber would apply. Not so in an STi IMHO.

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