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You guys are not running enough Dynamic Camber. This can be fixed with the Lichfield suspension arms. I now run A lot of Caster which in turn gives me up to -6Degrees of Dynamic Camber. No more scrubbed tyre edges.
 

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For the Road -1.5 > 2.0 is a good number. However with running more caster, when I turn the wheel it gives me dynamic camber, which as 1/4 of a steering wheel turn turns my -2.0 into -3.5. More turn can apply up to -6Degrees - Great for low speed tight turns

Dynamic Castor arms from Litchfield are the way to go to give you the best of both worlds.

See here: Nissan GTR Handling Upgrades - Litchfield Motors

 

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Thanks.
BTW, it's not for a GT-R. ;)
Same principle applies to any car really. The arms do need to be setup, but for sure DC is the best way for both worlds. Of course for a race only car, its static with less moving parts.

Another alternative would be to use adjustable top mounts and buy a camber guage.
 
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