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  • PT Tiang
    Because negative camber allows the car's tyre to be kept perpendicular to the road as the vehicle moves along, it will enable drivers to achieve a better grip on the road, reduce wheel vibration, and improve vehicle handling.
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    Suspension Geometry and Camber

    As a result, you could have your car aligned with two degrees of camber all-around, but that could increase to three or four degrees of camber as the body rolls.
    29 ene 2016
  • Do race cars have camber?

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    Detailed Solution.
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    Bitumen pavementParabolic
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