Originally Posted by GREGORY!
i want to ask something.
when you set your rear height you set 1+ from that are you seeing in the tool? or 1.5mm?since the chassis has an angle and it is not straight like front.
so 1mm or 1.2-1.3mm more?
Paul Lemieux showed me how he does ride height and it's really useful for random tire sizes and your droop settings don't change this way so I haven't really adjusted ride height again since this trick.
Grind a set of tires down to the wheel and set your ride height to 1-3mm so that even if you end a race on the wheel you still have chassis height. This is very easy to even eyeball the height. I believe a wheel is something around 53mm, so a 60mm trued tire would give you 3.5mm + your base. your front at say 58mm would give you a rake angle of 1mm which is about right since most people setup 6 in back and 5 in front (whatever number)
I cut all of my tires with 1.5 degrees of camber so my ground wheels are cut that way as well with a bit of foam left on the outside edge and it leaves me with all of my normal starting settings.