The pull has nothing to do with the asymmetrical design. You either have a bunk alignment or a defective tire. All else proper, a car will pull towards most positive camber, so if you have -.5 camber (camber in) both sides and want to combat a pull to the right, you would make the left side -.4 and the right side -.6 as a starting point. This small change won't cause any tire wear issues, but may or may not be enough to fix the issue. How old are the tires? If the alignment is verified good (not just seat of the pants good), and the pull is there, get continental to warranty out one or both front tires...
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