The link below goes to a page on their site related to tire temps and setup tuning.
It includes a graphic showing the info below, along with the article on tire temps.
From the table:
"Use the following table as a general guideline to interpret readings and make adjustments to the car:
Center hotter than edges
Tire pressure too high. Reduce 1 psi for each 5° F delta
Edges hotter than center
Tire pressure too low. Add 1 psi for each 5° F delta
Inner edge hotter than outer
Too much negative camber
Outer edge hotter than inner
Not enough negative camber or too much toe-in
Tire below ideal temperature range
Tire pressure too high, tire too wide, or springs/sway bars too soft at that axle
Tire above ideal temperature range
Tire pressure too low, tire too narrow, or springs/sway bars too stiff at that axle
Front tires hotter than rear
Car is under steering (pushing). Too much front spring/sway bar, not enough rear spring/sway bar, front pressure too low, rear pressure too high, front tires too narrow, rear tires too wide
Rear tires hotter than front
Car is over steering (loose). Too much rear spring/sway bar, not enough front spring/sway bar, rear pressure too low, front pressure too high, rear tires too narrow, front tires too wide"
Edited by John Woods, Aug 29 2016 - 02:21 PM.