I'm adjusting my rear Camber closer to -1.0 next week...Alignment shop noticed Caster was extremely off, but didn't see any damage that would have thrown it off. Something I'll probably take to the dealer to review further.
The shop mentioned alignment was performed within Maserati specs while focused on honing in on optimal tread wear.
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Like you said...and you won't see uneven wear at only 2,500 miles.With all due respect, I know all about the chalk techniques. In the 21st century, we use a pyrometer. Very inexpensive and deadly accurate. On track its amazing how much can change with 1 psi. Thus reason 34-35 psi makes such a difference in steering feel. Sorry but many of you guys that live in sport mode have a brick at those pressures. I bought a beautiful GT car and the skyhook suspension does an amazing job if you let it. Only time I use sport is if I get serious, which means triple digits. I will get the exhaust controller soon. I am only at 2500 miles but wear is dead even. I probably corner a bit more aggressively than the issues that cause wear like highway miles
By your numbers, you're looking to only get 10-12k out of those tires. I just got twice as much as on my rears (Michelin Pilot Super Sport) with minor adjustments to alignment.I have a tool that measures in thousands. According to many , I'm already 25-33% thru life of tires.