I am trying to sort out some conflicting info with the rail riding technique. I recently stepped up and purchased the Derby Worx RR tool. In the instructions it specifically says to place all bent axles in the car at the 12 o'clock position. This would give a negative camber (top of wheels leaning in) on the car....2.5' in the rear, 1.5' in the front. The info I've seen here would indicate that it should be negative camber in the rear and postive camber (top of wheels leaning away from the car) on the front dominant wheel. What is correct?
If you know that you are going to have a good, smooth track, a positive camber on the front dom wheel is the best way to go. When we do our videos and make recommendations, we need to generalize and go a little less aggressive to handle all situations. I was working with a Dad today that said their pack track was old and the guide strip had splinters on it, OUCH!!!