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Tire pressure, really depends on how the car is set up. Do you have a pyrometer?

They are cheap, but give you a wealth of information on what the car is doing.
Rebco 290-8730 - Rebco Single Display Tire Pyrometers - Overview - SummitRacing.com

Also a good tire sheet will help.




Changing spring rates and sway bars without getting tire temps is a guessing game without knowing alignment specs. You could have a toe out issue, too much positive or negative camber in the front end, mis-adjusted swaybar in the front or rear. Or it could be your driving style.
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