camber settings for microstock.

flytes racing

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anyone got some camber setting suggestions for a 1/8 dirt track not alot of banking to it. L block i have. microstock 206. rear engine and should i check the camber settings off the ground or on level ground when adjusting?? pushing really hard going into the corner wont steer.
 
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Bumpy

Member
Camber/toe/caster should be checked and set on level ground with the driver
in the kart suited up and everything ready to run. This will take into account all the
potential flex thruout the chassis.
Pushing (I'm hearing - You turn the steering but the kart doesn't turn) is the front tires
not connecting with the track well enough to turn.
 

1fasttiller

Member
What chassis? What is their recommended base line setup for caster/camber? Most karts are running +.5 on LF and -2.5* RF
 

flytes racing

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What chassis? What is their recommended base line setup for caster/camber? Most karts are running +.5 on LF and -2.5* RF
i have no idea what this chassi is. all i know is i think its from the 90's but the person used square tubing for the frame. instead of round. just about 8 foot long 4 foot wide rear engine. with side rails on.
 

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atwoodracing20

Dew Dawg
i have no idea what this chassi is. all i know is i think its from the 90's but the person used square tubing for the frame. instead of round. just about 8 foot long 4 foot wide rear engine. with side rails on.
I'll get with you tonight..gotta find my set up notes for the Ville.. we ran very good there..
 
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