Intercomp Intercomp Bubble Castor Camber Gauge
I/C102010
£138.77 Ex
Intercomp Bubble Castor Camber Gauge
Intercomp Bubble Castor Camber Gauge
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Camber Explained
Castor Explained
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The Intercomp Bubble Castor Camber Gauge is CNC-machined, has a billet aluminium housing with easy to read bubble display. Measures -6 to +6 degrees of camber and -8 to +8 degrees of caster with 0.25 degree accuracy. 

Comes with magnetic adaptor and case.

Camber is the tilt of the tyre as viewed from the front of the car. If the top of the tyres lean toward the centre of the car then you have negative camber. If the top of the tyre tilts out away from the centre of the car then you have positive camber.

Adjusting camber can have a dramatic effect on the cornering of your car.

Camber is measured with a caster camber gauge and is usually easily adjusted with shims or adjustable upper suspension arms. Always check the toe when making camber or caster adjustments.

The amount of static camber that you should run is a result of testing, pyrometer measurements, front suspension geometry and personnal driving style. Remember that poor camber settings will cause excessive tyre wear. Camber settings set to extremes can reduce the braking ability of the car.

To understand caster you need to picture an imaginary line that runs from through the upper ball joint and extends through the lower ball joint. From the side view the imaginary line will tilt forward or backward. The tilting of this imaginary line is defined as caster.

Caster is measured in degrees by using a caster camber gauge. If the imaginary line described above tilts towards the back of the car, at the top, then you will have positive caster. If the imaginary line tilts forward then you would have negative caster.

Positive caster provides the directional stability in your car. Too much positive caster will make the steering effort difficult. Power steering will allow you to run more positive caster. Negative caster requires less steering effort but can cause the car to be unstable on the straights.

How much caster should you run? It depends on the type of car, type of use and track conditions.

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CNC-machined Billet Aluminum Housing
Easy To Read Display
Measures -6 to +6 Degrees Of Camber
Measures -8 to +8 Degrees Of Caster
0.25 Degree Accuracy
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UK mainland delivery usually within 16 days.
£138.77 Ex
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