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The tires are worn more on the inside than the outside? You need to start taking corners faster.:)

Also, check your toe (in or out). Excessive toe will destroy tires fast (but toe out will sure make it corner easier).
 

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Thanks for your responses. This might be a dumbasss question but how does the shop know what spec is?
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Every modern alignment machine has the "stock" specs stored in it. The tech tells the computer in the machine what year, make and model and then the alignment equipment shows the tech what the specs should be. Modern alignment equipment is designed so that any dummy can use it.

BTW, I align my Miata autocross weapon by telling the tech: "Give me as much negative camber as you can in front and I'll live with whatever caster you wind up with. I want .5° more negative camber in the rear as in the front." I get the requested settings every time as I go to a guy who knows how to align cars because he has been doing race cars for 20+ years.

...my drifting days are over.[/b]
They sure are since you have a FWD car.:)
 
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