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Camber Setting For Drifting

Old 05-19-07, 02:47 PM
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Camber Setting For Drifting

My spider is factory set with negative 1.7 degrees of verticle camber on the rear wheels. Obviously this is *great* for handling.

However, I'd like to know if drifters adjust their rear camber setting to 0 degrees (or even to positive values) to get more crowd-pleasing smoke/effects/etc.

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no, they dont, from what ive seen they give a little more for higher speed drifts, for more control, at faster speed
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