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MKarlsson 19th November 2019 12:55 PM

A-arm angles at standstill?
How should the A-arms front and rear be angled at neutral bump? I cant remember seing a measurment for that in the book?

twinturbo 26th November 2019 07:41 AM

I think there is mention of ride height front/rear on the forums somewhere..

The rear does not matter too much as long as the static camber is zero .

The front is affected by the droop on the track rods, if you can get a reasonable ride height with the rack and rods level that will give a neutral starting ponint...

Although we probably all hate the idea, once built, a chassis setup session with the Pros will be the best money spent...

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