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Chris ,

It will be hard to get anything more than what you have as far as negative camber without
adding some modifications to your suspension ...
First off , you would need to add adjustable camber plates in front and maybe ER decambered ball joints and perhaps some ER spring plates in the rear !

I was running BFG R1 "R" compounds in 245/40/17 and 275/40/17 at the time on 17 inch Fikses , and i believe the 275's are discontinued now but my camber numbers were around -2.2 and -2.5 front and rear , i toned the camber down now as my 911 is back to street duty only.

A good piece of advice would be to call Chuck at Elephant Racing or Ira at Tarett Engineering , they have lots of experience with 911's and they can guide you through your needs ... all my suspension parts
came from them and Pelican !
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