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Old 07-16-2007, 08:00 PM   #1
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Alignment and Tire Pressure for Auto-X

So I have the Eibach Sportline drop (2'' in front 2.25'' in back), Pro Dampers, Anti Roll bars, front camber adjustment plates, rear camber adjustment bolts and polyurethane bushings.

I just had the whole thing re-aligned to as close to stock as possible. I just read an article about a Mini that got better times running -3 degrees of camber. That seems insane for a street car! I want to be awesome on the Auto cross course, get the most use out of my camber adjustment equipment, yet still be ok on the street. I have fairly expendable tires for daily driving, and Faulken Azenis for racing.

Also, what tire pressures does everyone run in Auto-X? I ran 42 PSI on all four, but I'm thinking about running 50 on the rears and 38 on the front for next time. Kinda random numbers, any advice?

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