View Single Post
Old Wed, Apr-12-2017, 05:09:40 PM   #41
SunD3v1L's Avatar
Join Date: May 2011
Posts: 12,288
In the garage:
Reputation: 0 SunD3v1L is on a distinguished road
Location: the strand


Default Re: Pilot Super Sport - awful tread wear ?

Originally Posted by TboneM3 View Post
Zero toe up front for you Eric or a hair out? I run zero and 1/32"-3/64" each side inwards rear.
Originally Posted by EricSMG View Post
Toe in up front, hands down. It's better in all ways, in my opinion, especially on center, giving the wheel a locked down feeling over flighty sections of road. I like a steering wheel that "wants" to stay at 12 o'clock, requiring driver intent to change direction.

I like to drive fast and I don't want the steering wheel to do anything other than what I tell it. I don't like overly quick turn-in or fast ratios and I like some amount of understeer if really provoked.

I'm weird
where do you guys go here in SoCal where you can be so precise with your alignment specs?
Jump to top SunD3v1L is offline   Reply With Quote
Sponsored Links
Register now and remove these ads