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      01-16-2013, 11:26 AM   #1
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Drives: 135i Space Grey
Join Date: Dec 2011
Location: Perth, Western Australia

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Does added negative toe (in) increase traction at rear?

As the title says, does adding more toe in at the rear (say 1mm to 2.5mm per side) increase your traction on take-off? Reason I ask is, just two weeks ago when I had my 18"MPSS (225/255) and 1mm toe in rear, I could spin wheels in 1st and 2nd gear while rolling at 40km/h. Now with my 19"MPSS and 2.5mm toe in (same 225/255 widths) I am finding it very difficult to even spin in 1st while rolling. (Obvious factors have been checked, DTC completely off, boosting healthy etc.)
Any ideas?