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Suspension settings: 2002 C4S

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I'm on my third set of tires. Ist set were P-Zeros, second set were R-compund DOT's, and I am back on the P-Zeros. Wore out the outside grooves of the left hand tires on the first two sets, in fact corded the R-compounds. Now beginning to show more outside tread wear on the left hand tires again. All the tracks I go to are clockwise. Had the alignment checked after I corded the R-compounds, and they were at the correct factory specs for C4S.

I am not too comfortable switching left to right on radial tires. Looks like I have to do something other than factory specs. Anyone with suggestions on a good compromise setting for street and track?

Edited by Palting 996 C4S
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I rotate the tires from side to side at the end of every track day. Gives much more even wear. You'll still eventually cord them but they will last a lot longer. I've done this successfully with Pirelli P Zero C's and Hoosiers. I also do it with my slicks. These are all radial tires and I've never had a problem.


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