Originally posted by Cartman
put an allen key through the wheel and turn the pivot ball in or out
tip if you turn top in 1/2 thurn bottom out 1/2 this will keep tracking the same so do both the same amount but opposite.
your bset using a Hudy set up system
Actually, your better off only adjusting the top pivot ball on the front, and the inside pivot ball on the rear. Adjusting these will not alter the track width (unless you make huge huge changes in camber)
Back to the original question, turning the pivot ball in will add more camber (ie more camber +2, +3). Turning the screw out will remove camber.
Camber is fairly simply to understand, you need to aim for even tyre wear. If the front tyres are wearing on the outside add more camber so it wears down the middle and vice versa. Camber should be used to obtain even tyre wear front and rear only.
On the subject of camber, intresting article in Magizine by Australia's Top Driver Mugen/Novarossi driver with the setup tips on the MTX-2. He has to run 5 degree negative camber on the rear to get even tyre wear - And I thought I was the only one!! This is also running stiff springs (whites)