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Old 10-30-2012, 10:06 PM
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Originally Posted by chrischeung View Post
Did you get that from an Audi forum? My BMWs have always worn the inner part of the tires faster due to the camber I expect. So I wouldn't say it's specific to Audi to do that - it just makes sense from a response perspective.
Just speaking in general. Factory BMW setting does spec the front camber little bit aggressively (like -1~1.5) which result in more inner tire wear. Possibility both front and back camber on the S8 are setup to even more aggressive (up to -3.5/-2.5 maybe?) with toe-out at the front for a stay flat fully engaged to the ground effect.
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