Originally Posted by Underdog
Sorry, I confused everything by saying "reduces camber gain" to mean reduces the amount of POSITIVE camber gain as a net effect of steering and suspension compression.
Since the phrase "dynamic camber gain" means the increase in NEGATIVE camber as an effect of the wheel pivoting on it's steering axis, my sentence is wrong.
Otherwise, would you say my assessment is more or less correct, Josh?
yes. i would say that you can never get too much front grip as that is always lacking in our cars due to its weight and weight distribution. as for caster, some say that too much positive cast decreases quick transitional response since, though dynamic camber increases, dynamic toe decreases per amount of turned wheel. this is only theory though. i haven't personally experienced it
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