Camber is the tilt of the tyre as viewed from the front/rear of the car. If the top of the tyres lean toward the centre of the car then you have negative camber. If the top of the tyre tilts out away from the centre of the car then you have positive camber.
Adjusting camber can have a dramatic effect on the cornering ability of your car. Most oval track racers run negative camber on the right side of the car and positive camber on the left. Optimum camber settings will result in more speed and ideal tyre wear.
Camber is measured with a caster camber gauge and is usually easily adjusted with Stance Plus camber bolts or Stance Plus adjustable upper/lower control arms. Always check the toe when making camber or caster adjustments.
The amount of static camber that you should run is a result of testing, and set up. Mild negative camber is recommended for the road, more aggressive for track use. A small amount of negative camber looks great and will improve handling. Remember that poor/excessive camber settings will cause excessive tyre wear. Camber settings set to extremes can reduce the braking and handling ability of the car.
Stance Plus camber kits allow you to enhance your stance! A little negative camber on any car looks cool, and helps grip in fast corners. We run 1 degree negative camber on most of our own show cars. These camber arms and camber bolts can be used to dial out positive or negative camber to give a neutral setting too for stock road cars.VIEW APPLICATIONS
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