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VikAry
04-11-2018, 11:56 AM
Hello everyone, I am writing to ask for suggestions on camber settings for my track/street e92 M3. I'm trying to find a good balance between track performance and not destroying my street tires. Some information about mods I'm running now:
Suspension - FortuneAuto 500 series
Tires (Track) - Toyo R888R 265/30/19 square setup
Wheels (Track) - Apex Arc-7 19
Tires (Street) - Michelin PSS 255/35/19(F)/275/35/19(R)
Wheels (Street) - Vorsteiner Vff-103 19.x9.5(F)/19x10(R)
Brakes - Essex AP Racing BBK

Thanks in advance for your thoughts and input.

isjoey
04-12-2018, 07:49 AM
A good entry level track / street setup would be something like the following. Not having enough negative camber will kill the outside, less total tow will help keep the inside wear down, and is better for the track. I am assuming you have camber plates as well? You will of course need them. I ran a more extreme setup on my 335is, which had all the E92 M3 suspension parts. You will be fine on the street.

Front:
Camber -2.5
Total toe 0.10

Rear:
Camber -2.0
Total toe 0.25-0.30

As for the caster, etc. I'll let the shop help with that.

VikAry
04-23-2018, 09:45 AM
Thank you for sharing your insights. I ended up going with this setup:

Front
Camber -2.7
Total Toe 0.9

Rear
Camber -1.8
Total Toe .21