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Old 05-26-2004, 01:41 PM
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grim
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Originally posted by Entropy
Lookin good dude. You can run a higher turn motor for longer run time and less maintanence like a 23 or 27 turn. It makes it easier to control the car.

Basically you set camber to get even wear on the pipes, coz they can cone alot and shorten the usable life of the pipes, not that it matters
ill give my 27 turn a try next time i go out . ive ran twice now once with the -4 camber and now once with the 0 camber . but this morning with the girlfriend at work i was runing it the house. on the carpet around the chair by the couch through the door way (dont hit the fish tank) into the kitchen (very slick) around the table and back into the living room. it was a blast
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