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Old August 19th, 2008, 04:31 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Docdanracy View Post
on my '99 I had -1.75 on the front and -2.5 on the rear. The tires wore very evenly....
the factory sets the camber near zero to attempt to keep cars from backing into solid objects during spirited cornering

they dial in a generous amount of understeer to keep unsuspecting Porsche owners from needing rear body work
Thanks again for the info, Dan...

[Sorry to steal/hijack the thread here.]

914 or Boxster is still the question?

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