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Hello, I'm Jason. I will do my best to answer your question quickly and accurately using the information you have provided.
The centripetal force is only equal to the static frictional force to a point, that point being where the tires lose adhesion...
in most cases of regular road cars, this force is going to be about .80-.90g
the opposite force is going to be centrifugal force, meaning a vector pointing from the apex of the corner, outward
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When you say that the tires loose adhesion at 0.8-0.9 grams, (Is it grams?) where are you getting numbers? Do they relate to vectors pointing out from the center of the circle? Is that how people find the coefficients for static and kinetic friction?