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Old 03-21-2008, 07:31 AM
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Default Want some Camber...

is the away to chage the camber angle
on my CEN CT5 onroad rc gas car?
if there is how do i do it...

any help will be great
cheers...
Old 03-21-2008, 03:57 PM
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Default RE: Want some Camber...

Yes- to change the camber on a CT5 on-road simply adjust the ball screws that are connected to the hub.
Old 03-23-2008, 09:11 AM
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Default RE: Want some Camber...

Thanks
got me some Negative Camber in the front now
had a bit of hassles getting it though i made some bo boo's lol workedout i didnt really need to undo the big allen key part to get to the smaller one hehe,
But now that i have the camber angle changed i have noticed that
i think its called the 'toe in, toe out' what has happened is the 'drivers side frount wheel' is straight but the 'passenger side wheel'
seen to be pointing heaps to the left what do i need to do to get them both straight?? and how do i do it any help will be great
as i would like to get it out on the trst track 2moro arvo..

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