These are off my S2 before I changed to RPM ball cups -
Measured center to center
either inside or outside of the cups.
TOE LINKS: 1.40"
FRONT CAMBER LINKS: 1.585"
REAR CAMBER LINKS: 1.5"
SERVO LINK: 1.82"
ACKERMAN LINK: 1.915"
Did you get the ball studs back in the same hole on the new parts that you had on the old parts?
Any time you change parts you MUST readjust camber & toe.
I don't know what you're using for set up equipment...(?)
Adjust camber first - all around.
I suggest -1° all around.
Then adjust toe. I suggest 0° for the front.
In an email I got from a seller of GPM S2 parts = the C blocks have 8° caster and the rear hubs have 2° toe.
I just upgraded to GPM C blocks (only) and had no issues.
YES, I had to readjust my camber and toe after install.
Originally Posted by Vostok 7
So I recently bought a Sprint 2 Flux and am in the process of doing some GPM upgrades, full aluminum A-Arms, hubs, steering cranks (with the sows ear bolt through mod on the left side) and Ti turnbuckles. I had some issues getting everything installed but it's on now and now there's a problem driving me batty. I took the time to make sure all the turnbuckles were at the correct lengths as best I could (using dimensions I found here and comparing them to OEM) and everything is wonky, front and rear camber are positive, front toe is the wrong direction, rear toe doesn't seem consistent side to side... The locations for the balls on the shocks and turnbuckles are in the OEM out of the box setting, but nothing seems right. Should I just chuck the GPM stuff in the garbage? It's driving me insane.