John Purner told me I would not need to change camber as I run other tires like Hoosier DOTAlanC said:The tires are Goodyear racing slicks from the C5R program. They have 3 degrees of negative camber built into them.
I contacted the Goodyear engineer who worked on the C5R project and he recommended 3-3.5 degrees negative front and 2-2.5 rear for these tires.
I've run similar tires before and they do require a lot of negative camber or they tend to wear the outer edge.
A bunch!! Different cars will develop different camber settings with these plates. Normally though, the T1 plates are about right for the front, but give over -2 on the back...which is probably a bit much. I've seen ranges of -1.6 to -2.4 using the T1 plates on the back.AlanC said:Anyone know how much camber the T1 camber plates allow in the rear?