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This is my first section. It is arguably the most important. It won't matter how much power you are getting in your CTR if you can't control the car properly.
Geomerty tuning is also the cheapest mod too!
It seems that a lot of CTRs have incorrect geometry settings which can make the car spin very easily. Get it checked using a proper 4 wheel alignment centre. 2 wheel is not enough.
Caster angle - This is the angle of the steering axis tilt.
Camber angle- this is vertical splay angle of the wheel.
Toe angle - longitudinal splay of wheels.
Unfortunately, the CTRs suspension is not easily adjusted. Of all the above factors, only toe is adjustable. Camber can be adjusted with the use of camber bolts.
There are no ideal setttings - it all depends on your driving style and the roads you drive on. Satisfactory results can be obtained by altering the camber and toe.
Camber dictates the vertical splay of the wheel. Negative camber means the bottom of the wheel tucks out. Positive camber causes the bottom of the wheel to poke out.
Negative camber improves the contact patch when cornering. Too much can reduce traction in a straight line and increase tyre wear at the inner shoulders.
Toe angle describes the longitudinal angle of the wheel at its leading edge, closest to the front of the car
Toe-out splays the wheels outwards. At the front, this helps to increase turn in sharpness, but can make the front end more lively when cruising.
Toe-in increases cruising stability and dulls turn-in.
At the rear, toe-out helps the car oversteer and reduces back end stability. Toe in increases stability. FWD tend to be setup with rear toe-in to stop snap oversteer.
So armed with this knowledge, you should be able to decide how u want your car setup. You'll just have to experiment. Remember that more extreme alignment setups will decrease tyre life.
I myself run on neg camber (1 deg) all round to help stability and toe-in (1mm)the rear to make the back end more progressive. The dull steering is improved massively with some toe-out (1mm) but you need to be concentrating when driving....
THe above is good for a general road setup and gives me a sporty drive, without being too uncompromising.