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Old 03-08-2004, 12:08 PM   #346
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Hi Chris,

about the SD: how do you make your choice between lots of camber but little camber intake, as opposed to zero camber, but some intake?

Im trying to understand how to set up camber and camber intake...

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Heh Chris. The CGM coes with a front dif and you mentioned that I should geta one way. When should and shouldn't I run it. My feeling is when there isn't much braking and a lot of turns (outdoor asphault), I should run a one way?
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Heh Chris. The CGM coes with a front dif and you mentioned that I should geta one way. When should and shouldn't I run it. My feeling is when there isn't much braking and a lot of turns (outdoor asphault), I should run a one way?
you got the idea, let me know when your around, and I will be down at my dads on thursday, I will grab one.
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Hi Chris,

about the SD: how do you make your choice between lots of camber but little camber intake, as opposed to zero camber, but some intake?

Im trying to understand how to set up camber and camber intake...

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I always set the camber on tire wear.. getting the most out of the tire.
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hey I will see you at the track but I have a doc apt at 3 so can you watch my things at the track? If not some one will be there..later
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No problem dude... I'll try to be there by 3 or so...
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I always set the camber on tire wear.. getting the most out of the tire.
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thanks for your answer... now, say you want to get rid of that nasty groove on the inside edge of the tire (we're talking rubbers here), the infamous "groove of death"... but you're already running close to zero camber, and only a tight little bit of camber intake... what would you recommend?

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you got the idea, let me know when your around, and I will be down at my dads on thursday, I will grab one.
Sounds good. I might be going to Utah withthe guys from Snowboarder. I'll keep in touch.
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thanks for your answer... now, say you want to get rid of that nasty groove on the inside edge of the tire (we're talking rubbers here), the infamous "groove of death"... but you're already running close to zero camber, and only a tight little bit of camber intake... what would you recommend?

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not to many runs on the tire and a harder incert to because the tire is bunching up there. also try to have less push, thats about it..
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Sounds good. I might be going to Utah withthe guys from Snowboarder. I'll keep in touch.
OK let me know what you need, any time..
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Just the one-way. Maybe we can get lunch when you're at your Dad's? We can expense it on me.
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