Thanks for the feedback. I previously drove a '66 Mustang in CAM-T. I probably had 10 events on it so I honestly still feel like a novice.
I used the chalk method on the Mustang and kept a log of air pressure and tire temps. I played with camber, caster and toe on the Mustang. I ended up getting it where I was happy with the performance.
The Corvette is very different than the Mustang.
The Corvette was an opportunity too good to turn down.
With the Corvette I don't have triangles, I have Goodyear wings! See the pic.
I went down to 19 psi in January and still did not reach the "triangle".
This last session I ran 25 psi then kept the pressure at 23 psi. 23 felt about the same as 19 both being better than 25.
The car is in CAM-S because it has a Lingenfelter GT21 cam with CAI, long tube headers and Corsa exhaust. I don't know who did the tune but it def pulls hard, while getting 25.5 mpg on the drive to AMP.
Car was in my family for last 10 years but rarely driven. It only has 15k miles.
Tires are new (300 miles) but next round I plan to investigate 18 inch wheels as the tire selection looks to be much better.
I will play with camber a bit. Increasing negative camber on the Mustang was helpful as were the RE-71Rs!