Toe In vs Toe Out
This is about the Street Sport Im gonna keep for myself. I put Bearings/Shims on all 4 Corners, moved the bottom rear shock ends inward and removed all spring spacers, Sprayed the Stinger out and Lubed the Bushings, put a 22t Pinion on, removed Hubcaps, cut a 1/2 inch off the bottom of the stock body and lowered it accordingly, charged up a couple VERY rough looking Tower 1500mah, and hit the road. Quite impressive.
I noticed in Stock form that the steering is a liitle "twichy". Now at the higher speeds, on my road (slag gravel pavment) its controllable, but could be better. So, toe in, or toe out, to, I guess, make my steering less responsive...maybe. Any thoughts a ppreciated.
We'll be tweaking my Buddies SS tomorrow in the same manner, but with a 17x2 Reedy Flashpoint and GP3300 side x sides with Deans.