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Are the arms fully adjustable. The problems lies in your castor. Most Asphault Racers set their castor to -15 degrees. It helps to keep the wheels straight and avoid shaking at high speeds.
 

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QUOTE (AZCUSTOMQUADS @ Feb 23 2009, 09:57 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=31839Are the arms fully adjustable. The problems lies in your castor. Most Asphault Racers set their castor to -15 degrees. It helps to keep the wheels straight and avoid shaking at high speeds.
they are and ill set them up that way any more helpful hints ill take them thanks
 

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Just make sure it is sitting at -15 degrees, not +15 degrees. In other words, the top of the spindle angles towards the rear as close to 15 degrees as posible. If it angles forward, its going to be a death trap!!!! Of coarse check your tow and camber as well.
 

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QUOTE (AZCUSTOMQUADS @ Feb 24 2009, 07:33 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=31965Just make sure it is sitting at -15 degrees, not +15 degrees. In other words, the top of the spindle angles towards the rear as close to 15 degrees as posible. If it angles forward, its going to be a death trap!!!! Of coarse check your tow and camber as well.
man thanks alot ill get it set up asap
 
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