Wheel Alignment Perimeter

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Hi, anyone knows the original perimeter for wheel alignment based on stock 17 inch alloy? I can't find it in the manual.

I'm using tyre pressure of 240kpa (35psi) for all 4 wheels, normally driving alone without load.

Running on PS4 which come with it and done 21,000km+, both front wheels wear faster on the outer side. Anyone experiencing such wear pattern?

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upsilon wrote: Thu Apr 18, 2024 2:36 pm Hi, anyone knows the original perimeter for wheel alignment based on stock 17 inch alloy? I can't find it in the manual.

I'm using tyre pressure of 240kpa (35psi) for all 4 wheels, normally driving alone without load.

Running on PS4 which come with it and done 21,000km+, both front wheels wear faster on the outer side. Anyone experiencing such wear pattern?
Yes for me was the same. I changed them after 50000km though. The rear wheels were still perfect.
Now with the new E Primacy I am inflating the fronts only to 40 psi. I am at 69000km and are still fine.
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Reuben80 wrote: Sun Apr 21, 2024 9:42 am
upsilon wrote: Thu Apr 18, 2024 2:36 pm Hi, anyone knows the original perimeter for wheel alignment based on stock 17 inch alloy? I can't find it in the manual.

I'm using tyre pressure of 240kpa (35psi) for all 4 wheels, normally driving alone without load.

Running on PS4 which come with it and done 21,000km+, both front wheels wear faster on the outer side. Anyone experiencing such wear pattern?
Yes for me was the same. I changed them after 50000km though. The rear wheels were still perfect.
Now with the new E Primacy I am inflating the fronts only to 40 psi. I am at 69000km and are still fine.
Same with my original front PS4's, the inner & outer edges wore quicker then the centre and lasted 20,000 miles at which point the they were below 2mm at the edges.
I was running tyres pressures of 37psi/32psi Front/Rear.
Now I run 37psi all round on the e-Primacy's, though I think I'll now up the front to 40.
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Thanks both for sharing your experiences, at least now I'm certain it's within the stock perimeter. I faced the same issue on a stock Honda Fit Hybrid GP5 back then and solved it by changing the chamber using a chamber bolt. Guess I might need to try the same.

Yes rear are perfect, surprisingly last longer than the fronts considering it's a RWD.

Am considering E Primacy as well after reading all the reviews here but Michelin in Singapore does not offer or is willing to bring in sizes suited for the E. Am exploring ways to import them myself.
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After a while using the Primacy 2 tyres (not the e version) i find them too hard for the E, and the ride is compromised. At first I didn't notice it too much, but after 12/24months the tyres harden up a little bit, and the ride is quite jittery.

Next time I will go for some softer tyres just to get the comfort back.
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upsilon wrote: Mon Apr 22, 2024 3:52 am Thanks both for sharing your experiences, at least now I'm certain it's within the stock perimeter. I faced the same issue on a stock Honda Fit Hybrid GP5 back then and solved it by changing the chamber using a chamber bolt. Guess I might need to try the same.

Yes rear are perfect, surprisingly last longer than the fronts considering it's a RWD.

Am considering E Primacy as well after reading all the reviews here but Michelin in Singapore does not offer or is willing to bring in sizes suited for the E. Am exploring ways to import them myself.
The camber bolt approach crossed my mind...
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running on nitrogen filled, 230kpa with 0.2 toe in for fronts and 0.5 toe in for rear, total yoe in for front is 0.4 and 1.0 for rear. works really well on mountain roads where theres a lot of cornering, yes i do race the E on mountain roads on weekends...
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