That's normal. (Unless this is 30 runs on the 13s, and it's less than you were getting outta the 16s, then I'd be tempted to say that your too heavy for the 13s)extreme tire wear......we've gone through Hoosier's in 30 runs
No, that sounds about right, I'm having trouble figuring out why you are so soft at the rear. Maybe Jason has a better understanding of the motion ratios of the focus (as I have yet to take the time to calculate them) and knows that 500 lb at the rear yeilds the desired wheel rate....you call 700 lb. springs soft?
Just an off the wall idea here, are you running the most caster you can get up front? I'm talking BMW amounts of caster.....Even with 1.75-2 degreess of neg. camber we still need to rotate tires about every 10-12 laps for even tire wear.
We are still wearing out the inside of the tread faster. We have never chunked a shoulder.
Hey, the pyrometer never lies. But I would be interested in hearing what Jason has to say about it. My suspension will be heading in the same direction as yours, but for an entirely different class (FSP), in the not so distant future.our pyrometer numbers are solid across the board. the inside of the tire may be up to 7 degrees hotter than shoulder.
We really only saw negatives with 2.5-3 degrees of camber.
May be Jason can explain more.