• Mohd Nazir
For a normal car you typically want to maintain a slight amount of negative camber (0.5 - 1°) to have a good balance of cornering grip, braking grip, and tire wear. On most vehicles it's common to have slightly more negative camber (0.8 - 1.3°) in the rear to reduce the chances of oversteer (loss of grip in rear).
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• ### What is the value of camber on earth roads?

Recommended Values of Camber in Road For Different Types of Road surface by IRC:
Sr. No.Type of Road SurfaceRange of Camber in Areas of
1Cement concrete and thick bituminous surface1 in 50 or 2.0%
2Thin bituminous surface1 in 40 or 2.5%
3Water bound macadam and gravel pavement1 in 33 or 3.0%
4Earth Road1 in 25 or 4.0%
• ### How does negative camber affect toe?

With negative camber, the top of the tires points inwards. Toe is the angle the tires are rotated around their vertical axis, looking at them from above the car. You have no toe if the tires are parallel to each other, along the direction of the car.29 abr 2017
• ### How much is a camber angle?

The actual camber angle is the measure (in degrees) of the difference between the wheels' vertical alignment perpendicular to the surface. If a wheel is perfectly perpendicular to the surface, its camber would be 0 degrees. Camber is described as negative when the top of the tires tilt inward.8 jul 2013
• ### What is better toe-in or toe out?

Generally the rule of thumb is that more toe-in increases understeer and more toe-out increases oversteer. However, with modern cars, especially race cars with independent front and rear suspensions, there is another effect on handling.
• ### How much camber is functional?

Too Much Camber: Form vs Function

Negative camber can be extremely functional if set correctly. However, after the -6° mark, it stops being functional and enters the “aesthetic” territory.
3 sept 2020