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    Default 7 & 8 degree pinto spindles?

    I have been seeing a few ads in racing magazines for these 7 & 8 degree spindle. What is the purpose? Is it built in camber ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by missile07 View Post
    I have been seeing a few ads in racing magazines for these 7 & 8 degree spindle. What is the purpose? Is it built in camber ?

    Quote from GRT's website. "More consistent handling characteristics due to smoother unloading and loading of car during travel."

    Be careful with that because not all sanctions allow it. I know it's illegal in USRA/USMTS. It was teched at our track already this season.

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    What is different that makes them 8*? is stock 0*?
    Chris Zogg

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    I think stock is 10 or 12. Can't remember exactly.


    EDIT - 10 degrees is stock
    Last edited by HRJ; 08-23-2012 at 11:51 AM.

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    I have noticed it on the GRT website and with 2 brothers motorsports (Outlaw by Shaw) but I am very unclear to what it actually does?

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    They must be talking inclination? if thats the case, you can slug the ball joint hole
    and re-machine the ball joint position, or is that pin angle?

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    If its pin angle you would need slightly longer upper a arm to get static camber setting, resulting in less camber change during travel....
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