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Old 01-02-2006, 04:03 PM   #1
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what are you guys driving indoor i have tryed toe in and toe out so fare i like toe out best but i will try 0 degrees tomorrow what do you guys think
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front or rear?
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rear needs -1 degree camber(toe in) and i generally run 0 or -1 degrees up front
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0 degrees... if you want more turn in toe out.
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I think you should be posting this in the EVO IV thread rather than making a separate thread.
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rear needs -1 degree camber(toe in) and i generally run 0 or -1 degrees up front
are you saying that toe in and camber are the SAME thing?????
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are you saying that toe in and camber are the SAME thing?????

Maybe he's trying to say he uses -1 degree of camber and toe-in in the rear??

But no...Camber and Toe in are different things.
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heh, i know that, just making sure he does so people dont get confused.
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in my experiences every track, car, and driver combination like different settings...i think you should try a few different ones and ind whats most comfortable and consistent to drive and faster speeds

i usually start at 2 toe-in in the rear and 0 toe out in the front for a general starting setup
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Old 01-03-2006, 10:55 AM   #10
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all right thanks guys i just wanted some info becaue normally i dont change the toe in
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Once you figure out how much front toe you want, then you can play with bump steer to make it even more confusing
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what is bump steer hehe
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