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Old 03-06-2018, 12:04 PM
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Yes the Falkens do not seem like they would wear well, I ran them years ago on different cars, they were pretty good but not what I am looking for now.
I have heard that the RS4 tires are not good in the rain so that is out for a dd option.
The contis looked like the best option (and price), I will see how they go. No metter what it will be an improvement over the oem sized all seasons I ran last autox season lol.

I will look around for MrSideways' writeup.

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Old 03-10-2018, 05:44 AM
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In the past I daily drove the RS3 for like 10-12 events plus a 50 run test and tune and 15k road miles and they still had tread left though they heat cycled out. The only thing is that they the Hankooks love heat and are always super loose for the first run or 2.

The RE71R wore out after 15 events a 15 run test and tune plus 8k road miles
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What are folks running these days on Camber and caster up front?

Over time I’ve been having my alignment shop cut caster to get more camber. At max caster I was getting maybe 1.5-1.6 degrees of camber but we’ve now cut it back to 4.5 degrees of caster and I’m getting 2.0-2.1 degrees of static camber up front. I had read the reduced caster will cut the amount of camber gain under load. Is more static camber pretty much always better? Need to map the camber gain someday :P.
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