Pro mod front end setup

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  1. noiraude

    noiraude Member

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    Hi all!
    Is there a "basic" front end setup To work from on a Blown alky promod chassis?
    I ve been using my chassis "as bought" so far and even enough it's going straight,i want To check it.
    Toe is supposed To be zero but what about cambre and caster?
    Thanks in advance for input
    Cyril
     
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  2. nitrowannabe

    nitrowannabe Member

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    I suggest a little toe in
     
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  3. Mike Canter

    Mike Canter Top Dragster

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    Zero camber and as much positive castor as you can evenly get between the two wheels up to a +10 degrees
     
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  4. nitrowannabe

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    My car has close to 15 degrees caster. 115in. wb.
     
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  5. jay70cuda

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    My car has 12 on one side and 13 on the other. The more it has the better it drives on the big end. 15 might seem like much but it’s prolly ok. I put mine on a laser alignment rack and watched it live while I moved the suspension around . Best money ever spent. Drove like a dream afterward. Seen the bump steer and fixed it to the 1/10 of a degree.
     
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  6. noiraude

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    Thank you all for the precious infos!!!
    Cyril
     
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