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FB Alighnment with Turn in Spacers

Old 01-10-06, 10:20 PM
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FB Alighnment with Turn in Spacers

Hi folks,
I am an autocrosser and have just added a set of turn in spacers to my FB. I am now trying to get a feel of what my alighnment should be?

In the past I have used 4 degrees of Caster, 2 degrees of negative Camber, and 1/8 toe out.

If you have turn in spacers, what do you use?
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What kind of tires are you running? If you're running Hoosiers or something like that you may find you want less camber, but the best way is to take temperatures after a run.

That looks good for an autocross car, we run a lot less toe on the roadrace cars but that's because of the long straights.
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