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Author: Subject: Irs Striker base suspension angles please.
StrikerChris

posted on 24/6/21 at 11:42 AM Reply With Quote
Irs Striker base suspension angles please.

Hi,
Ive recently put my striker back on the road after a 5 year or so break, and I'm struggling to find the confidence to thrash it like i used to(could be my age i suppose)
Can anyone recommend safe toe, camber and castor angles, for a road car that i can use to start from scratch again. They're all pretty much all over the place and having moved house afew times I cant find what Mel suggested, nor any of my notes after my adjustments typically.
Cheers
Chris

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peter030371

posted on 24/6/21 at 12:46 PM Reply With Quote
This from RAW in 2017.


Set-up for independent chassis would be as follows;
Front
Camber 1 - 1 deg neg
Castor 5 deg
Toe 1mm out
Rear
Camber 0 - deg pos
Toe 2-4mm in

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StrikerChris

posted on 23/7/21 at 09:10 AM Reply With Quote
Thanks pal. Been busy and only just got round to thinking about it again.
Although im suprised to see toe out on the front of a rwd car and posative camber, but I'll give it a try.

Cheers

Chris

[Edited on 23/7/21 by StrikerChris]

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