The type of wear he describes as cupping is not caused by camber. I have seen it caused by to much toe out or toe in, a bad shock or a worn out part. If the wear on the outer edges of the tires is due to not enough camber then he is driving very hard on the street and he did not describe his driving style in his post. He did mentioned that the car was 95% street driven.
In a later post he mentions he does some track day as well. I know that when I did track days with a dual purpose car I made changes to the alignment to maximize grip and reduce tire wear on track and then changed it back to the more mild street settings. Perhaps he is not doing this and seeing higher tire wear as a result. One reason I won't do track days with a FOX street car.
On a mostly stock street driven FOX I would run camber settings similarto what he does but on a modified FOX as he has I feel I could run less neg. camber due to the better suspension geometry those parts have over stock. Less deflection in the bushing, etc.
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Last edited by Jim Brozynski; 05-26-2011 at 04:58 PM.