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Old 04-28-2010, 08:00 PM   #1
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Default Cambering wheels

I have an hpi sprint to drift and I want to know how to camber the front wheels negatively (yes im a noob at this stuff).
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I have an hpi sprint to drift and I want to know how to camber the front wheels negatively (yes im a noob at this stuff).
You can change the camber by shortening the links that run from the chassis to the top of the caster block. A wrench should have been included in your kit. Negative chamber tips the top of the tire in towards the chassis, positive chamber tips the top of the tire away from the car, positive chamber is seldom to never used!
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