My son and I have made a car that has the front left wheel intentially higher than the other three. We placed first in the den and 5th in the pack. We are going to districts and I want to redo the axle setup to gain speed or the end result will be the same. In my setup with a raised left wheel, would I benefit from cambered rear, cambered rear and front right wheels to have them ride on the inside of the wheel tread?
Ok, watched the video. Does this process work with me intentionally raising the left front wheel off the track? Since the idea is to have the wheels drift to the outside of the nail, is a proper gap setting needed like when you'd run with zero camber?
Go ahead and intentionally raise your one front wheel and set the DFW positive camber and steer into rail. Your negative camber rear wheels will migrate out to nail head but if you tighten up gaps, you will stabilize your car cutting down on wiggles.