Car #: 7, 17
Year : 94 Posts: 44
Oh, and I posted this here rather than in tyres since I figured this was more related to the setup on the car than the actual rubber itself, but please tell me if I did something wrong there as well... or perhaps the problem is driver
-------------------- J Curry Member Odd Duck Racing Team (Mills, Gregg, Curry) Car #7/17/71 depending upon event
Car #: 12
Year : 1991 Posts: 620
In a related topic I heard someone say that the 1.6L cars wear more on the inside of the tires, and the 1.8L cars wear more on the outside. I have no personal data to back this up, but it's just what I heard.
My tires alway cord first on the outside, all four corners. If the overall profile of the tire doesn't look like a molded slick at that point you have an issue with inflation, driving style or camber. If the rest of the tire has worn evenly, then they are just running out of rubber and you can do as Muda say and get a few more heat cycles from them. I usually get rid of them at that point.
Year : 1991 Posts: 396
Camber is adjusted by the cam bolts on the lower controll arm. Cold/Hot psi is 32/38. If you have not read over the jd set up guide you should read it a few times. This will get you a good understanding of the miata suspension adjustments. If I were you I would get the car to an alignment machine and see what your specs are. It sounds like you can get some more camber out of the car. I don't think that it would hurt much.