Originally Posted by hanulec
They change the roll center. Shims can go either at the bulkhead or hubs. Please consult a setup book on the effect of the changes and just "play" with it.. as that is the only way to learn.
The fact that you can use shims at the bulkhead is one of the reasons I like the Photon as compared to my previous TC (Xray).. but even they have seen the light too -- it will just cost a small fortune to m
ake that upgrade
Originally Posted by L.Fairtrace
It also changes camber gain.
Thanks guys. I was actually wondering how they affect camber gain and roll center. I wanted confirmation on what I think happens.
Here is what I think I know.
Shortening the links increases camber gain.
Lenthening descreases camber gain.
Lowering the inside position increases camber gain.
Raising the inside position decreases camber gain.
Raising the outside position decreases camber gain.
Lowering the outside position increases the camber gain.
I'm not sure how roll center is affected.
Also, keeping the camber rods the same length, how does moving them from the inside position to the outside position affect camber gain and roll center. This is only adjustable in the rear.