Originally Posted by colatkitty
I really like the added camber with the 9.5" wheels up front. Steering response and turn-in became super sharp with the slightly stretched sidewalls. Understeer is virtually nonexistent with this setup.
There are a few downsides to this setup. Stretched sidewalls will make the ride become a bit harsher, and the added camber will tend to make tires tramline a bit more than normal, but I'm used to driving cars lots of camber, so it is no big deal with me. Also, tires may wear out faster on the inside if you drive mostly on the freeway in a straight line and not doing much cornering. But since I run 0 toe up front, and take my car on canyon runs and trackdays, that should not be much of a concern for me.
Solid info. Thanks for the contribution. Car looks Insane