Track suspension setup
t44tq at mindspring.com
Tue Jun 4 18:52:25 EDT 2002
Instead of doing this, for track use, I'd suggest getting camber plates
and adjusting the alignment either at the track or just before you go.
-0.5 for track use is nowhere near enough. I'm running -1.5 and for
autox, it isn't enough- I'd run at least -2.0 at the track.
I'm seriously considering camber plates for my car- that way I can run
-2 for track use, then go back to a sane setting (maybe -0.5 or -0.75)
for street use. I like having a little negative camber even for street
use- car turns in better.
2Bennett and Euro-Car Service both sell camber plates.
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