AE86 Negative roll center adjuster

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Hi...

I'm running a negative roll center adjuster & it seems that
my tyre is rubbing my arch near towards the firewall on
full lock... I dont know if caster adjustments would fix this
or is it because my wheels are ET +6 ... before installing
the negative RCA I didnt face this problems... ermm...
have to go alignment shop to fix this if not I'll probably
do an invert installation of the RCA & run it as a normal
Roll center adjuster.... aint this negative RCA a bitch?!
 

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I reckon adjusting the caster might stop the tires from rubbing but didn't you do the necessary alignment adjustments after installing the RCA??? Usually the toe is definately the first to go besides the obvious like the ride height :).
 

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Skagee,

yeah.. u gave the same reply as Mr.Nismo. You are very right,
toe out, caster out, camber wayyyy out, height out... now
adjusted already.. still some slight rubbing on high speed
corner when car pitches.. time to knock out my arch.
But now the car is very stable with the track increase..
running 0.1 toe out, -3.5 camber... very corner happy :)
 

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