Are Truhart camber arms good?
4.0 out of 5 starsGood Camber Arms for G35 for those on a budget. You can buy better and spend nearly $700 for something that will get you more positive camber.
Do you need rear camber kit?
When you lower the car, the camber will go out and you need a camber kit to fix it. However, I find it is not necessary to correct the camber in most cases. Most people think they need a camber kit because of a tire-wear concern. The reality is, TOE ANGLE kills tires WAY faster than camber ever will.
What do rear camber kits do?
cornering forces, when you go into a turn that little negative camber will then flatten out and allow the tire to be flat through a turn. By adding extra negative camber you allow the tire to lean into the vehicle allowing for it fit into the wheel well tighter and thus allowing you to drop the vehicle lower.
Do you need a cert for camber arms?
Yes, adjustable arms do need to be certified. They will be listed on the paperwork (including the form F001 that you would have been given when the cert plate was fitted) but not always on the cert plate: Due to the space available not every modification can be listed.
Do aftermarket control arms make a difference?
Aftermarket control arms often weigh less than OEM control arms, reducing unsprung suspension weight and improving ride quality. Aftermarket control arms can also accommodate replacement shocks that offer better all-around performance than OEM shocks.
Does camber ruin handling?
1. A negative camber can improve the handling of the vehicle. When a vehicle comes equipped with a negative camber, then it will have improved handling because the tire is kept perpendicular to the road as the vehicle moves along. This design makes it possible to keep the entire contact patch evenly loaded.
Is Rear camber good for drifting?
On a drift car, you want to run the rear camber as close to zero as possible. This will usually give you the best tire wear and best forward bite. If you want a little more side grip, you can run some negative camber, but usually no more than 1 degree negative should be run.
Why do drift cars have positive rear camber?
Positive is the wheel tilted out.) Drift cars run camber in the front to increase their contact patch at steering lock. As they turn the wheel, their front tires gain positive camber, which is negated by the static negative camber. Thus, while steering, the lead wheel will be as close to flat as possible.
What should rear camber?
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).
What is a good amount of camber?
Should camber be 0 degrees?
0 degrees camber gives you the best contact patch and therefore the best performance with heavy braking. Static negative camber will usually cause the inside of the tire to wear more than the outside.