Toe / Camber

Thread in 'Technical Questions' started by Lenagh, Aug 27, 2004.

  1. Lenagh

    Lenagh Active Member

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    Have teins on the manufacturers drop with cusco camber and toe arms at the rear.

    Wheres the best place to start with a setup ?

    One thing I noticed on lots of the cars in the pit lane.... lots were lowered and the majority seemed to be toeing in at the rears.

    Brett's on the other hand seemed more like a fast road setup. Camber on the rear more on the front and seemingly to the eye 0 deg toe on the rears.

    I was wondering what is ideal for drifting and also if the general concencus is to run a soft damper setting at the front compared to the back for the purposes of weight transition :)

    Any input welome :)
     
  2. Tom

    Tom dangerous brotherhood

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    I suppose its down to personal preference. Best thing to do i would have said is to go to a practice day, set everything to 0, take your tools and adjust everything accordingly. Itll probably take alot of time to get it right and will spend more time under the car than drifting that day but in the long run will be benigicial. But if you cant be arsed with that then shit loads of negative camber always looks good :thumbs:
     

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