Anyone care to explain to me exactly what this is?
I know some people set up camber on their cars when the car is on the ground and when it is elevated , Kyosho terms this 0g and 1g I believe.
What is the point of setting up camber when the car is elevated and its effect on handling?
Also I don't understand how 0g and 1g camber settings can be made independent of each other , when they are adjusted at the same points - the pivot blocks or upper linkages. So changing one would effect the other , or cancel each other out no?. Ie if you add 1 degree of camber at 0g and then minus 1 degree at 1g , wouldnt you be left with 0 degree camber at 0g too?!