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Bruce n Philly wrote:
I tried adding as much negative camber to the fronts as the stock system would allow.... it livened up what I think is really dead handling from the factory but it came with a cost.... I started getting cupping.
Cupping is typically a sign of incorrect toe, not the result of additional camber.
I drive a BMW with -3.5 degrees of front camber and while the tires wear a little more on the inside than the outside (on the streets, the track tires are perfectly evenly worn), there are no other negative effects.