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Manta B Negative Camber


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As per many discussions and suggestions on this forum, I have now slotted the mounts for my upper ball-joints to get more negative camber from the front wheels. With a couple of mm adjustment inboard from standard settings, and using joints in the 'reversed' mode, I have now got close to 2 degrees negative, which is what I was aiming for.

As the car currently has a welded-up, locked diff (an awful idea) the rear grip overrides the front and gives a lot of understeer and dreadful turn-in. I am hoping that this extra camber will allow the fronts to work a bit harder and have also backed off the dampers from the full-hard settings. A proper diff is what I do want, though.

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