50 difference from right to left with the higher setting on the right. As the amount of camber adjustment depends where the camber adjustment is in relation to the high/low spot of the eccentric after caster is dialed in. Be aware that for all model types, too much negative camber can reduce straight line traction, but with a good setting for any particular track, the advantage it gives, that of vastly improved cornering stability, far outweigh any negative effects. Primary use being autocross. If the concern is strictly maximizing tire life, then yes, camber is worth correcting. However too much negative camber can have the opposite effect, and cause the outside of the tire to have no contact with the road during handling. While defects do happen, modern tires from reputable brands tend to have extremely good quality control. how much they lean in and or out). Here is the setup i will be running Negative Camber? - posted in Problems, Questions and Technical: i dont like the idea of lowering a mini but yesterday i saw a mini that was lowered with a negative camber,it looked the nuts but ridiculous how low it was,so im fishing for views on a negative camber set up and asking what are the pros and cons thanks The tire wear characteristics of camber, however, are much much smaller, and need not be worried about all that much. Actually that looks like you tried to explain it backwards. 5 and thats why my truck is squirly and has alot of steering wheel shake along with a very loose steering wheel, is this true? That is from an improper camber angle.
To correct your right wheel turn the adjustment 6 graduations. Also, excessive camber will make straight line performance worse (losing traction during braking for example). Like the post says, im looking for a good front and rear camber setup for my Z(by setup i mean degrees of negative camber, not the actual arms/parts). 5F / -1. Hi guys, After my KW shocks and springs and 4 wheel alignment I'm left with a fare bit of rear negative camber. I would check the Toe as well to make sure thats not whats eating your tires. I'd like to try taking it in and having them back the camber off a bit to negative territory and see how it rides. Glad you were able to get it into good specs …much negative camber, bent wheels, winter tires in the summer, and numerous other sins against proper tire care. (But I don't think it's possible to get that much -camber out of our cars in stock form) Just don't run more than 1/8" overall(or 1/16th per side) toe out. A negative camber sags.
A positive camber arches upward. how much camber is too much. The intial readings (before) showed way negative camber plus way excessive toe in. Technician I dont remember the OEM camber figures off the top of my head, however these cars will want a little negative camber. the class i race in has a maximum allowed negative camber of 4 degrees. is-1. The positive camber will wear the outside edge a bit more and ideally you want a smidge of negative camber to negate the effects of a rolling bead on turns to promote even tire wear. I've run as much as 2. 5 degrees if you can get that much. I know a little negative camber in the rear can be good for certain applications, but how much do I want for mostly daily driving with a few road course events a year? I've assembled the parts and trying to dial in a good starting alignment before fully assembling the car.
Most vehicles will be set at or near zero camber. If you have positive castor as well, that will increase the negative camber bought on during a turn, which will in turn reduce the amount of static camber required to go straight. 7. Steering and Suspension NATEF Review. For reasonable amounts of static negative, the extra camber might even be a good thing, as you can expect better maximum-roll cornering force. If you have to turn, just make sure to bounce the car a good bit before running the check (I bounce from the door rails). Hence excessive negative camber normally first manifests in uneven tire wear, with inside edges wearing much quicker than the rest of the tire. The outside is excessively hot and wears much faster than the inside of the tire. How much is enough negative Camber for the track? Best Answer: By lowering the car the camber will automatically go negative. To make sure that the tires greatest amount of tread is in full contact when it is most needed, we set up the front suspension with a negative camber.
Optimum: Maintains a flat tire contact patch during cornering to maximize grip for highest possible cornering speed. As a car turns, the chassis rolls. But since cornering performance is especially important for a race car, each of its wheels has a steeper angle of negative camber. For beginners, this setting is by far the easiest to experiment with. 3 degrees negative will chew up some new tires quick - running a little more front pressure will help the wear. So what is camber? Basically, it’s changing the angle of your wheels so that they lean in towards the center of the chassis (measured in degrees). You'll need to get adjustable camber plates for the front so you can run that much negative camber. A negative camber will give you less traction during wet conditions. When I measure the camber gain through the full range of suspension travel I get 4-5 degrees of negative camber gain at full compression and only about 1 degree of positive camber change at full droop. Camber is the angle that the tire make with the car’s vertical axis (i.
Sometimes you can cheat and add camber (usually negative) by torching the tubes or if using a floater style rear end you can get special hubs, drive plates and axles that will allow Street cars have to negotiate turns and drive straight, so they always have some amount of camber dialed into the alignment, most often negative camber, where the top of the tire tips in toward the engine. Cars with MacPherson struts need a significant amount of static negative camber because they have only a moderate camber gain under compression, when compared to a car with unequal-length control arms. This means the camber is positive. 75 to 3. 0" - this ain't an old Honda) and you will have to dial some camber out of it. The truck has very little caster but is done correct with around . 2 degrees of negative camber (not on my Supra) and haven't noticed increased tire wear - YMMV. Camber is the angle between the vertical axis of the wheel and the vertical axis of the vehicle when viewed from the front or rear. For the rear, 2. My guess, 3 degrees is just a little too much for the street.
Too much negative camber will result in premature wear on the inside of the tire and cause excessive wear on other suspension parts. for the 89 the spec. And yes, I think in our case it is simply for tire wear. The real idea behind camber is to keep the tire planted squarely on the pavement. Negative camber doesn't affect tire wear all that much. I'd be putting as much negative camber on the car as possible until the inside of the tyres started to wear more then the outside and as much positive caster as you can, the VN's didn't have much positive castor because they had a delete option for no power steering and too mcuh caster the wheel would be too hard to turn. -0. If the top of a wheel is tilted outward from the vehicle and the bottom slopes in, the wheel has positive camber. In general, you want as much negative camber as possible for the best grip when cornering. Camber settings influence the directional control and also tire wear.
5. what tire pressures are you running? It felt pretty good on track, though, with some residual understeer but no surprises and pretty controllable. 4-2. Some negative camber is good Mostly through this explanation page, we've talked about keeping the wheel perpendicular to the road, and attempting to avoid camber changes. Camber -4. Front Camber. ) On an E30 that means using the factory eccentric upper strut mounts or aftermarket camber plates. That could get you to -1. . A touch of negative camber helps the steering self-center, no? The car also "hops" a bit when I make hard right turns at low speeds.
Looking into getting more negative Camber on the front axel. Do so as straight as possible, as turning the wheel even a little will pull/push a tire a bit and affect your alignment. In fact, you may have too much negative camber after lowering it that much (strut suspensions really aren't designed to be lowered much more than 1. Have read about possibly Clubsport S spindles (not confirmed as of yet how much it gives) I am tracking the car 90% of my use. Camber is the angle the wheel makes to the road when looking at the front of the vehicle. Before the alignment, they were -1. The problem is too much negative camber and 300ZXs do not have adjustable camber - what can we do? In steps the after-market. 0 degrees of adjustment. 8 degrees of negative camber and zero toe for the front to be optimum. Probably a good camber setting for a race car, but not for a street car driven daily.
Note that for some weird reason camber is positive in the RC world, but negative in 1:1 racing…don’t ask. (Stop at -3. 6 degrees pos camber cause escessive tire wear. I run negative camber on my truck. TOO much front camber and not enough rear with cross camber issues. We’ll cover the basics and get into how to set your own alignment at home with a few simple tools that any good car crafter should have in his toolbox. 04%), Cross (3 lbs), and learning to drive. This is what is typically desired in construction. Two things could cause your inside tire wear, Too much negative camber on both wheels, too much toe out on the front, or a combination of the two. Negative camber in the rear is just one such feature: it helps put power down in a corner without causing oversteer.
Better to have some understeer than too much unpredictable oversteer, for sure. I dont remember the OEM camber figures off the top of my head, however these cars will want a little negative camber. 1 degree is 60 minutes. This creates maximum front tire grip. 9 (I think - need to read the report again). 5 and thats why my truck is squirly and has alot of steering wheel shake along with a very loose steering wheel, is this true? Negative Camber? - posted in Problems, Questions and Technical: i dont like the idea of lowering a mini but yesterday i saw a mini that was lowered with a negative camber,it looked the nuts but ridiculous how low it was,so im fishing for views on a negative camber set up and asking what are the pros and cons thanks When the top of a wheel points outward away from the vehicle it has positive camber (see Diagram on right). By After talking to SLAPT and mark with the ZC white ef they say lots of camber is good. 7 Up Front-2. 4* of camber would be ideal. Negative camber is used to help with cornering.
What is "max camber" front and rear, and what is a good general use "toe" setting? - posted in Spec Miata Setup Guide: I need to learn how to set my own alignment, but have spent more time on RH (currently 4 3/8" front, 4 1/2" Rear), CW (50. You might mitigate some evil effects by adding some caster and toe in. Yes, camber helps handling characteristics, especially during cornering. A wheel has zero or neutral camber if it's perfectly perpendicular with the level ground. Camber Effects More Caster = good camber change (negative on outside, positive on inside) as more steering is added. If the top of the wheel tilts in, then the camber is negative. 1 deg. One fairly universal rule is to get as much negative camber in front as you can. But, as we said, ideal handling includes all tires being flat relative to the ground. 5-3.
Hi I just noticed that both my rear wheels have a negative camber. I have recently noticed that the camber is much too far negative. Once you really bottom out hard, boom, there goes the trailing arm. Must find a good wheel aligner who knows what they are doing. I've searched through past threads but I haven't found much of anything useful to my situation. A negative camber tilts the two front tires on the axle in the center direction of your car. Negative camber is when the top of the tire tucks inwards. Your left wheel is ok at -1. It gets negative camber when hitting a good bump because of the high bending moment between the center of the wheel and the spring plate mounting point. 5 is probably better.
2) I had an alignment done at a firestone, and the readings were that the toe was fine, but the camber way was out of gauge everything else was within an acceptable range. I have the toe in set to 1/8" and the caster is 4. 3F / -2R (more negative camber rear) So negative camber can increase handling and traction as well. HONDA GUYS, what are your experiences with negative camber and how much did/do you run? Negative camber isn't ok in any circumstance no matter how much its off, any neg. but seriously how much of a difference does it make, ive talked to a few people and they said my camber is at negative . I thought getting camber arms would be able to bring my camber back within spec? Feels like I just wasted money on a camber kit and labor because my camber and toe is still pretty much identical to what it was without the kit. Does anybody have any advice on how much negative camber to dial in and whether this will still be beneficial as I don't have an LSD (yet); bearing in mind it's a daily too I don't want to wear How much camber is too much? When getting a wheel alignment, what should camber be set to for performance driving? A slight amount of negative camber can increase the amount of lateral grip a car has at the limit, though too much negative camber can result in uneven tire wear, reduced grip, and premature tire failure. 6 degrees of camber. There are kits that will give me everything from . 35 right now so I figured I would check the camber too.
The importance of the camber angle has to do with how stable it makes the vehicle on the road, particularly when making turns around corners. When the rear tires exhibit too much negative camber, the effect is oversteer and a reduced ability to accelerate cleanly out of corners. Camber is not limited to the front suspension of your car, many cars have adjustments for rear camber as well. Now for the meat of the matter; there are a minority of 300s that, after a proper alignment, persist in wearing out the inside edge of the tires. Notice that with negative camber, the inside wheels still lose surface area during a turn. The real advantages to negative camber are seen in the handling characteristics. 2 to -0. Camber changes about 5 minutes with each graduation of the adjusting pin. For a MacStrut, it is likely to be as much static negative camber as your suspension allows. 5 degrees of negative camber in the rear.
It has to be exactly square. 5 be enough to help with track handling, or would -0. Moving the upper arm out gets you more positive and moving it in results in negative camber. There are a couple of ways to attempt to get more camber. What they told me is that "the camber is too negative with no way to adjust it, need more positive camber". 0 degrees of camber with 12K front springs. Lowering the car's ride height also makes more negative camber available. This all depends on the design of the suspension. 5 Rear Toe 0" Up Front 3/16" Rear How long should I expect tires to last? How will this affect freeway driving? 50% or more of my driving will be in heavy corners. 3R (less negative camber in front)-2.
Too much positive camber will typically result in premature wear on the outside of the tire and cause excessive wear on other suspension parts. 6 deg. Now that you have a nice level area, drive the car in. There was a good bit negative camber after installing the springs which I thought the alignment would change, but even after the alignment it looks like pretty aggressive negative camber. If the tire is negative, or tilted inward, more than it should be, the tire will wear excessively on the inside shoulder of the tread. I think your must rotate in the outboard direction to increase the camber (increase mean less negative). I've got an SQ2. Technician A says that a vehicle will pull (or lead) to the side with the most camber (or least negative camber). I guess my point is that as you eliminate body roll and increase front spring rate, I don't understand why some people are running -4. 3.
It seems to handle ok but how much camber can you get away with on these cars? My left rear is -2, 51 deg and right rear is even worse at -3,10 deg Left toe is 0, 13 deg and right toe is 0, 19 deg giving total toe as 0,32 deg. bike enters a corner, the forces tend to bend everything over, adding positive camber. However, some negative camber can be regarded as a "good thing" because of a force generated by wheel lean termed 'camber thrust'. The normal, easy, and inexpensive way is camber plates. Which without camber plates in the front, you're probably pushing the limits. - you won't notice a difference. What is Camber? Camber is the angle of the tops of the wheels from straight up and down. This is the same principle that enables all vehicles to make corner turns as they lean. Too much negative camber results in compromised tire contact patch size under braking and acceleration, as well as shifting of this contact patch toward the inside edges of the tires. RC Suspension Tuning Guide – Camber Adding camber helps provide grip in the corners.
More KPI = positive camber in both directions, not good on outside. ] But getting there requires a bit of work. Many models also run some toe-in, especially in the rear. I've never liked negative camber on Mopars, either, even though that's what the spec calls for. e. With a negative camber angle the top of the wheels is leaning in Camber -4. How ever too much posite you could roll a tire off a rim or the wheel would want to tuck under the car causing it too roll. Then, by using average tire temperatures, you can balance the handling and maximize total vehicle traction in the same way. Idependent suspension vehicles typically run negative camber so that in a corner the tire flattens out and gives full tire contact, giving maximum traction. The same reason why some new cars have it, dat handling.
Leaning in is Negative Camber, leaning out is Positive Camber. Best Answer: By lowering the car the camber will automatically go negative. You could run -2*camber and not have problems with tire wear. You can go as far as . Conversely, if the top of the wheel is tilted toward the vehicle and the bottom slopes outward, it has negative camber. It's toe that can really screw up a good set of tires. i have got the feel for setting the castor and, to a lesser extent, the toe. Will . Negative Camber. 0 SE for an alignment check the other day as I was starting to get worried that with the sheer number of potholes and general bad road surfacing this time of year, that it would be a good idea to get it checked over .
Right now I have the rear camber adjusted to -2. Are the 007 arms giving you the extra camber as they should only introduce 1 degree How much camber should I ask for? Would -0. In preparation for the coming track season I had my dealer increase the negative camber as I had a lot of tire chunking last year. 2 negative and was thinking Probably just hit a good pot hole or bump and bent it. This could lead to outside-edge tire tread wear in the front and inside-edge tread wear in the rear. It's much easier to check the level on the 2x4 too. Primarily low-speed-corners. Thanks in advance. The camber is not easily adjustable in a CRX, at least not in the front. I don't know the angle but it is noticable.
…drivers will find that running 3. what tire pressures are you running? The importance of the camber angle has to do with how stable it makes the vehicle on the road, particularly when making turns around corners. 5 at least. The camber and caster will become positive in the front, and if the vehicle has an independent rear suspension, the camber will become negative and it will be toed out. Less negative camber (until the tire is perpendicular to the road at zero camber) typically will reduce the cornering ability, but results in more even wear. Camber. Camber adjustment on the front of this car is very stepped, in that there is approximately 1 degree adjustment, which you have to either take it all, or none. I was wondering if anyone can tell me how a race car handles when it has too much or not enough negative camber. 2 - 2. I've got 850 tires and there is 3/4" difference in the distance between the tire centers when taken at the top and bottom of the tire (with the top being less than the bottom).
If positive caster creates negative camber while turning and you are already running a lot of negative camber, would setting say about 1. 5 a degree positive camber and still be in spec. On the above image, negative angles represent negative camber, while positive angles represent positive camber (rather obviously). 8 and -1. camber will cause the inside of the tire to wear unevenly from the rest, and once a tire is worn on the inside it will continue to wear the same way even if you do get it aligned. . From now on, I’ll refer to “negative camber” as “camber,” because when aligning a car for grip, camber will always be negative. How much negative camber can I run for a set-it-and-forget setting for street and motorsports without accerated inner tread wear? I know I should be fine as long as I have zero toe however too much negative camber will eventually wear out the inner tread on a daily driven car. An aggressive driver will enjoy the benefits of increased grip during heavy cornering with negative camber. In theory, it sounds like zero degrees of camber is good (and generally speaking, it is for a tube frame car).
If my temps are close all the way across the tread face the dynamic action of the suspension is flattening out the tire so my settings are good. With a negative camber angle the top of the wheels is leaning in It felt pretty good on track, though, with some residual understeer but no surprises and pretty controllable. For street driving more than 1 degree negative camber will prematurely wear out the inside treads. But paired together the insane toe in and positive camber will ruin tires quickly as you have found. This can indicate a problem--wear and tear, deterioration or deliberate destructive manipulation--to a structure. Is a negative camber normal on this car (2010 Prius) or should I get it checked out? I have a TP bucket with their tube axle and I was wondering what the camber typically is with a tube axle. The general consensus is that a positive camber is good for keeping a recreational vehicle stable, while a negative camber is better for allowing high-performance vehicles to turn corners faster and more accurately. HONDA GUYS, what are your experiences with negative camber and how much did/do you run? Negative camber is great - as part of a complete suspension set-up, and as others have said -NOT if you have the big 13" wheels! You will also need to sort out the rear suspension - which in many ways has a much bigger effect on the car's handling than anything you do at the front. Some amount of negative camber which tilts the top of the wheel into the body is the norm for high performance cornering. You can actually go "too far" in some cases (e.
At full drop the front wheels would be like this: /-engine-\ But yeah, I don't know what would make him have negative camber at full lift, I would've thoguht he'd be pulling positive camber as well. How Much is Too Much? How much negative camber do you want? It depends on what kind of suspension setup your car has. 0SE Alignment Negative Rear Camber - why so much? Post by juicy » Tue Mar 10, 2009 4:52 pm I took my 2005 Z4 3. When the top of a wheel points outward away from the vehicle it has positive camber (see Diagram on right). Which will wear the inside of the tire. Negative and positive camber effects. How much camber are Hey guys so I need some quick tips on adjusting the camber on my 75 c10. How much should there be Negative camber doesn't affect tire wear all that much. Negative camber places the wheels in a position there they are leaning in toward one another / \ When you nail the throttle, the back end will drop and only accentuate the situation, not make the wheels "stand upright". 5 deg negative caster slow that transition when cornering and does anyone know what the drive ability would be like.
Not much but its there. Camber gain is built into suspensions so the negative value will only increase as the car lowers going down the road. To measure the rear camber I use a piece of 1/4" thick ply board about 20" square. It is usually a very small amount. Weight Jacking: I use a pyrometer during autocross events to make sure my suspension settings and tire pressure are good. Here is the setup i will be running Best Answer: By lowering the car the camber will automatically go negative. At least visually, I never had it professionally checked. Any toe out will improve turn in, but make it more darty on uneven surfaces. I have had several cars that run better than 1. You might also be able to steer with less effort.
Negative camber is seen when the top end of a car's wheel is pointed in towards the center of the car. Anyway enough of that I noticed negative camber wear on the inside rear tires. We all just call it negative since it’s what we’re used to. im running 2. Sit the car on a flat and smooth surface, like inside your workshop and place the board against the tyre vertically and in line with the rear wheel centre. Most cars will have negative camber. Once you know the amount of dynamic camber change at full roll, you set the static camber angle to compensate such that the tire is upright at full roll. Fort: As you increase negative camber, the tops of the tires will be moving inward while the bottoms move outward. It doesn't seem too squirrely but the gear has negative camber. If anything, the more neg camber you have on the back, the more it will make the car squat on launch.
5 - 1°) to have a good balance of cornering grip, braking grip, and tire wear. For a normal car you typically want to maintain a slight amount of negative camber (0. I chalked this up to the left front wheel having neutral (or positive) camber settings. The goal of increasing negative camber is to maximize tire contact when cornering, but if you use too much negative camber, you'll go beyond the optimum point and start decreasing contact patch. The suspension setup for a strut-equipped car is very much like that of a double wishbone "A-arm" suspension. When you choose to run with a negative camber, then you are making the assumption that the streets or track will be dry. Not having enough camber can also affect tire wear. You see, the three different settings of camber you can have on a wheel is: Neutral, positive, and negative. Camber is considered negative, when the tops of the tires lean in-wards. Positive camber helps promote good road stability and also gives you some extra ground clearance in the front if you run headers.
At speed we don't turn the wheels to high angles. 6 negative camber and the high side of the factory toe-in is… The upper control arms have a factory alignment key in them and to adjust caster or camber yes a bolt kit is needed. no matter what system they use, string lines, laser, computer laser or fishing line and a What is "max camber" front and rear, and what is a good general use "toe" setting? - posted in Spec Miata Setup Guide: I need to learn how to set my own alignment, but have spent more time on RH (currently 4 3/8" front, 4 1/2" Rear), CW (50. x amount of degrees equals neutral or 0 when the car is under hard cornering stress because the wheel wants to stand up straight. So a few months back I cut a coil and a half off my front springs to give about a 3" drop. it is called negative camber Shop said if I want to reduce my negative camber they can do it but then my toe would be out. I'm assuming if you had an alignment done after the suspension and rear camber kit was put in that the rear camber is ok. It typically occurs when the suspension needs to compensate for roll that's induced when there is a reduction in the wheel's contact area. You adjust camber and tire pressures using tire temperatures. This helps improve cornering ability by orienting the wheel closer to the Although you may need to reach a negative camber of 5° to create this disadvantage, some vehicles experience it with less than 2° of tilt.
It’s almost like a free mod when you lower your car. 6 which is as low as it will go (close to 0). Increased negative camber will increase the grip of the outside tires will turning, but too much camber angle will affect tire wear as well and braking and acceleration grip. Even though after setting caster you rotate the pin again for camber, it is only 1/2 turn max camber adjustment so the change in caster is minimal. The goal is to use enough negative camber to provide good cornering performance while not requiring the tire to put too much of its load on the inner edge while traveling in a straight line. How much will the camber change front and rear after the drop? Negative Camber? - posted in Problems, Questions and Technical: i dont like the idea of lowering a mini but yesterday i saw a mini that was lowered with a negative camber,it looked the nuts but ridiculous how low it was,so im fishing for views on a negative camber set up and asking what are the pros and cons thanks Stock BMW alignment specs often compromise tire wear in favor of having good handling that is also safe for most drivers. You can adjust the camber and caster with out the kit because where the control arm bolt in there are slots there however it is very very time consuming to try to push and pull the control arm into alignment. Negative Caster By contrast, a negative caster can involve forward tilting, so that the rear part of your pivot point is more pronounced; this means that you can often turn your wheel further from a straight ahead position, which can help with banking and corners. The cheapest negative camber gain may be to grind away more of the 3 slots that the tops of the struts stick through. * Probably just hit a good pot hole or bump and bent it.
The opposite, excessive positive camber, shows up as a reversal of the aforementioned temperature spread. Negative camber *will* have some impact on straight line traction and handling balance, but in most cases - street driving, test'n'tune drag racing, etc. For a double-A-arm, this may be a degree or two of negative camber. This would be on the right side of course. But having more negative camber allows your tires to dig in better when turning, so depending on how you drive, you may want to have more negative camber than the factory spec, but it will increase your tire wear. So moving the upper control arm in or out (relative to the frame) is how camber is controlled. Looks like a good alignment. Any time you push the tire up, it is creating a lot of torque on that arm. Spindles do not have any effect (good or bad) on the alignment. Stock BMW alignment specs often compromise tire wear in favor of having good handling that is also safe for most drivers.
How Much Is Too Much? How much negative camber do you want? It depends on what kind of suspension setup your car has. 6 deg to -0. HONDA GUYS, what are your experiences with negative camber and how much did/do you run? Front Camber. So here is my question. I'm just fast road and I know -2 degree camber will kill the R regarding road manners and tramlining which the standard set up is free of fortunately. How much negative camber you choose depends on the amount of suspension travel, and Too much negative camber results in compromised tire contact patch size under braking and acceleration, as well as shifting of this contact patch toward the inside edges of the tires. g. Is this caused by worn-out springs, shock absorbers and/or suspension bushings? I replaced springs and shocks on a previous 2005 9-5 Aero wagon and it improved the camber. Depending on the cause the negative camber, there a couple of different ways you can fix it. Both tires will always develop the same counteracting force of “camber thrust” even as you drive your car in a straight line.
Is it good to bring in more Positive and how much to the plant the tire flat? Is there enough to do this with the stock adjustment? Anyone of you just DIY this? Or best to have this done at a shop? I am not scared and am very much a seasoned mechanic. Re: How much negative camber is too much? (JRL) Thanks for the replies, does anyone in the Atlanta area know of a good Indy that has experiance installing the IPD Rear Camber Kit? Hi all. Sagging is sometimes referred to as negative camber. If you lower your car more, you'll get more negative camber, how much depends on how much lower you go. And with your camber right now, it is going to eat your tires up. 6 negative camber and the high side of the factory toe-in is… Negative camber is becoming increasingly more popular because of its visual appeal. The shop manual has a good picture of the pin. I use a pyrometer during autocross events to make sure my suspension settings and tire pressure are good. The fronts are at -1. For Me a good alighnment is all I need.
, over 3 degrees) but that will probably be tough to do in a CRX with anything close to a stock chassis. The problem is there is too much negative rear camber, especially with the Aero sport suspension. 75 or even -1 be better? How much would be too much? The most important things to me are no rubbing and preserving good street handling. If the tire tilts inward, or towards the vehicle, that is known as negative camber. Looking at my MS and comparing the front to the rear I'd guess the rears are over -1. Solid or Live rear ends typically have Zero camber. -1. How much camber adjustment correction should I need for a good street alignment? Tire wear is important but improved handling is the goal. The problem I have now is the fact that my wheels rub in the fenders, I'll get them rolled soon, but I still think I'll have to add a little more negative camber, so I was just wondering if some of you know around how much maximum negative camber it's Negative camber *will* have some impact on straight line traction and handling balance, but in most cases - street driving, test'n'tune drag racing, etc. Does anybody have any advice on how much negative camber to dial in and whether this will still be beneficial as I don't have an LSD (yet); bearing in mind it's a daily too I don't want to wear I've assembled the parts and trying to dial in a good starting alignment before fully assembling the car.
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