1 Answer:
    Unless you're tuning a suspension for a specific race track that demands a unique individual wheel camber setting, generally the camber angle will be close to identical side-to-side.1 may 2005
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  • Can you do a car alignment at home?

    Wheel alignment cannot be checked at home, as it's easier to check while the vehicle is in motion. However, you should take it to an auto shop to confirm whether the alignment is off and have it fixed.3 jun 2011
  • How much camber should a drag car have?

    1 to 2 degrees negative
    The camber should generally be 1 to 2 degrees negative. Toe should usually be set at zero, but sometimes the tires will be toed out slightly to help the car with turn-in, but this is more of a driver's preference issue.1 nov 2003
  • Which 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.
  • Which alignment angle is least likely to cause tire wear?

    Zero camber
    If the tire appears to tilt outward at the top, the camber angle is positive. If the top of the tire tilts inward, the camber angle is negative. Zero camber-a perfectly vertical wheel and tire-causes the least tire wear.
  • Why is negative camber so popular?

    Precisely. Negative camber maximizes the tire contact patch when it's most needed in a performance driving context – under load, during hard cornering. When cornering aggressively, the weight of the vehicle transfers to the outside tires.

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