Last edited by phsycophantsy; 04-17-2013 at 06:21 AM.
Ok...is there a reason for this that im missing?
I winder about this on real cars too.
All I can see it doing is wearing the tires out really fast and destroying the handling.
What does the Fox say?
For normal street cars, they can get it to sit a bit more lower, but it is mainly for aesthetics.
IMO I only like it on some cars with not much or a little bit of camber.
But yes, it does wear the tires out alot faster, but may improve the handling around corners.
Last edited by phsycophantsy; 04-17-2013 at 07:24 AM.
Stances cars user camber so they can go lower so they don't have to worry about rubbing their fenders with the tires. It's more of just a show thing. It causes terrible tire wear on the inside tread. It looks pretty cool IMO but some people use way too much.
My buddy stances his to the extreme for car shows and then readjusts them after for every day driving.
Maybe u should have less camber. That looks somewhat excessive. I like the idea but maybe dial it down? It looks great btw
Cars: erevo vxl, 1/16 summit, stampede vxl, tmaxx
Yep slight camber adjustments do help with cornering, more importantly cornering fast. The camber is really adjusting the surface area of the tire that actually contacts the road at a given angle (suspension travel). Helps on our little cars just the same as the real ones. For shows... it's an aesthetic thing. Personally, I think too much looks terrible, but it's all personal preference. I have my (real) Camaro at -0.10 degrees all around, barely noticeable but it does look pretty mean.