Topic: Would someone give up their camber/ castor degree numbers?
posted February 05, 2002 12:23 PM
Would someone give up their camber/ castor degree numbers? I need to know- positive here, negative there, and so on. The track is 12 and 16 degrees banking with fairly tight turns (1/2 mile shaped like a paper clip). I have a metric car.
posted February 05, 2002 04:02 PM
RF cast 4+ cam 2.5 - LF cast2+ cam1-1.5 - toe out 1/8"-3/16"
posted February 05, 2002 08:43 PM
When setting caster it depends on if you run manual or power steering because with manual steering to much caster will make it almost imposible to turn right or countersteer. A good initial caster setting for manual steer is LF:+1.5 RF:+3 and for power steer LF:+2.5 RF:+5 and initial camber setting LF:+1 and RF:-2.5 to -3 Degrees. These settings work for me youll have to experiment to find the best combo for you.
posted February 06, 2002 05:37 AM
Millerlt3... Can you tell us what toe settings that you use with that setup? Thanks.
posted February 06, 2002 09:08 AM
LF: Caster: 4.5 + Camber: 2.5 + Toe: 0
RF: Caster: 5.25 + Camber: 4.00 - Toe: + .125 This was a metric fullsize car with P/S.
posted February 06, 2002 05:11 PM
Thanks guys, I appreciate the help