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Discussion in 'FG Marder and FG Baja Buggies' started by marder69, Feb 25, 2007.
Anyone got any good set up advice they can share????
Come on guys this one is quiet! How to you set up the toe angles on the rear wheels ? what about the camber for the rear ? this thread can be used for the beetle and mt!
sorry, as i under stand neg 1 detree is good for rear camber. but cant say on toe. maybe -2 or 3 i think for typical dirt track set up. -1 on street i think are the numbers ive seen. sorry i cant be more help. take these numbers with a grain of salt too.
Heres a basic set-up for the marder or beetle, This seems to work very well on the marder.
Rear toe: 1 degree toe in
Rear camber: 1 degree negative
Front toe: 1 degree toe out
Front camber: 0
2000wt shock oil in the front
1000wt shock oil in the back
I hope this helps.
Good starting points guys keep them coming i posted this thread to give others help to set there cars up for the best!!!!
Here we go eyes feast your eyes on the these tips you stick to these principals and you got a winning formula!!!!!