Originally Posted by Mahlzeit
Thanks guys - this is really helpful.
I did just swapped out my PS2's for stock sized PSS.
I consider myself an intermediate track driver - have experience at Sears Point, Big Willow, Laguna Seca in DE's and a formal 3-day school. In my modded e36M3, Barber Mx5, and shifter karts.
Looks to me at least -1.5 is achievable w/out camber plates, but on a lowered suspension. If I go this route (say w/ KW V3), I'll only have to worry about keeping myself on a leash and not bombing each corner and rolling the fronts over on themselves. Budget permitting I like to save that type of driving to rented and insured equipment.
Hi ! I went to my Bimmer specialist to say hello. He's an engineer and is racing as well. He told us that pulling the pins would allow at least 0.5 degree extra negative camber. Maybe more, but he hasn't done it on a 1M yet. My mate was there, too, and after 12000KM on them, his front PS2's are shot due to outer and center wear. He did 4 track days this year. I'm starting to consider having those pins pulled, and go towards -2.0 to save my front tires ...