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4C SE, Giulietta Vel, 147, Sud, Guzzi 1100 Sport, Guzzi Le Mans MkV
Running front -1.8 deg neg camber, zero toe and standard inflation pressure of 26 psi checked every morning of the Tour. Tyres? The much maligned but playful P-Zeros. 😁 Rears were evenly worn. Your recommended toe-in and -2deg of camber each side.I'm confident to say - absolutely. It shall be a noticeable improvement. I look forward to hear your thoughts after you get it sorted out...
Camber doesn't change much even with rubber bushings. It's the toe that does and makes the car feel imprecise, on the rear especially due to long leverages of the control arms and not very rigid MacPherson struts. On the front, reason for both edges worn out could be different or multiple combined, but these three should be the first to look at - Underinflation and / or too much toe out with not enough front camber.