Is anyone running -2.5 or -3.0 degrees of rear camber on the track? On my R400D I currently have the nominal -1.5 degree rear ears, but due to significantly higher tyre wear from middle to outside vs middle to inside, I really could do with more camber to even the wear on high-g corners with sticky tyres.
I'm thinking of increasing the current -2.7 degrees of front camber to -3.0, perhaps going to 4-0 instead of 3-1 on the castor washers, too. Then taking the rear from -1.5 to -2.5 degrees camber, but probably leaving the toe-in as standard, as the car otherwise feels well balanced between a bit edgy and overly stable.
In the past on radial slicks I have generally swapped the tyres from inside to outside to even out wear halfway through their life, but I can't get slicks in the right size lately, so I'm running AR-1s that have an inside and outside orientation, so I can't "officially" put them on the wheels the wrong way around, but that may be something to try, too.
Thoughts from those who have run high camber settings?