Re: Return to Center
As the other guys mentioned, as much positive caster as possible. A little bit of camber with it will make the car handle like a modern one. I've got +5 caster and -1 camber to make it handle so much better. I used to scrub the outside of my front tires off way before I wore the rears out. Now, my car sits planted in a corner and is much better balanced. The throttle is the deciding factor between oversteer and understeer.
Originally Posted by DeeVeeEight
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1970 GS Stage 1 (owned August 1980) 462 Edelbrock heads, TA212, 4 wheel disc, Turbo 200-4R, close ratio steering, tubular front arms, 3.73 TrueTrac
1971 GS 350 (8/16/14) 4 speed, 91k stock, converted to front discs and tubular uppers