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Camber, caster and toe for drifting

Old 10-22-2008, 04:28 PM
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Default Camber, caster and toe for drifting

So what are the optimal setting to drift with an rc car? I have a hong nor CD3 I will be drifting with, what are the best settings for the wheels? Thanks guys!
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Default RE: Camber, caster and toe for drifting

depends on the tires you are using. for toe go anywhere from 0 to 3 toe in in the rear and 1 out to 1 in in the front
camber depends on tires yokomos - 2-3 in the front, 1-2 in the rear, others 0 should work, 2 front 1 rear works well if you are constantly changing tires.

castor doesnt really matter much it will change the turn in and mid corner characteristics of the car but generally anything should work.
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Default RE: Camber, caster and toe for drifting

Cool thanks

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