|01-28-2008 04:34 PM|
|OmniFocus||With those big fat tires, camber isn't as much of an issue... we're running about 2.2-2.5 degrees per side, and it doesn't seem to need any more, judging by the tire wear.|
|01-10-2008 12:18 PM|
|thenorm||ya, his car is the one that im emulating.|
|01-10-2008 08:26 AM|
I'm running -2 in the front & -1 1/2 in the rear and judging by tire wear I could easilly run betyween -3 to -4 up front for a larger contact patch BUT my tires are smaller than yours.
You should give Lorin muller a PM at folcaljet , he runs 275's i think, and he's in FSP. he goes by omnifocus he finished 3rd. in class at the solo2 nationals this year!!!
|01-09-2008 04:59 PM|
How much - camber do i need?
So, i am an auto-xer and im build a car that will be (almost) dedicated entirely to auto-x.
I can get over -2º camber just by lowering and im looking to get camber plates and bolts (and even swing arms or subframes).
How much camber do u need for auto-x with a focus? How much is too much? I am not worried about tire wear on the street.
My next question is what are peoples opinions/reccomendations on camber altering suspesnion componants?
btw im building an FSP car based around the hoosier 275's