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    There is one theory that suggests running extra toe-in front and rear for Solo2 and hillclimbs to create some scrub to get the tires up to temp quicker. Any comments? I don't seem to get the R25As up to temp and thought this might help.
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    Daryl

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    Re: mod alignment question

    Not sure about hillclimbs but toe-out is generally preferrable on the front for SOLO2. (what you lose in stability you gain in turn-in) IIRC
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      Every time you introduce scrub into tires, mechanical grip goes down.

      Excessive toe is "a" solution to cold tires, but it introduces secondary effects which might not be desirable. A better solution is to go to smaller tires. Another solution is to get a co-driver as a tire warmer. However, there are cold and windy days that no matter what you do, the slicks will just refuse to work on a light car. If the tires are left over from last season, the situation will just be worse.

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