This week, I would like to touch base on camber. First, you will need a good camber gauge to make sure you're getting the precise measurement. TLR, Losi (LOSA99172), and JConcepts (JCO22831) all have great camber gauges for the most accurate readings. Second, make sure your vehicle is at the correct ride height before checking/setting camber. Third is setting camber; a good starting point for most conditions is -1. A good rule of thumb with camber is less camber (going to 0 or +1) gives you more side grip in lower traction conditions, and more camber (going to -2 or more) gives you less side grip in higher traction conditions.
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