I pulled my track pads + rotors off yesterday to fit my street set and noticed some rather uneven wear on my pads. These are Project Mu Club Racer pads that have done 4 track days on my MPS.
The left and right pads are wearing in opposing ways and in such a way that the calipers are buckling inwards at the top under the braking forces (think negative camber).
Now this is obviously thanks to the sliding calipers that this car has moving around under the braking forces but I want to know if an effect this pronounced is likely to cause me any problems, I certainly haven't noticed anything while driving but it only takes a simple geometry lesson to realize that this is leading to slightly less than optimal braking force being applied to the pads along with the uneven wear reducing the life of them.
I could swap left & right around and have them wear back the other way but that kinda stuffs the idea of having discs and rotors matched and properly bedded in when I put them on.
Is this an actual problem or typical of this kind of brake setup?