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Re: Reducing understeer (archive)

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Posted by Bruce on May 14, 1999 at 19:37:29:

In Reply to: Reducing understeer posted by Tam on May 14, 1999 at 17:49:41:

: After playing around with tire pressure on my 99 M3 coupe which is currently at 36F 41R, I'm still understeering quite a bit, even on lower speed corners. I don't want to run the pressure too low in case I hit a nasty pothole. I do notice there is quite a bit of positive camber on the front and negative camber in the rear. Are there any front alignment specs with negative camber that work well without wearing badly on the inside of the tires?

camber and caster is unadjustable without mods to an M3...try increasing the front air pressure and reducing the rear


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