Factory ii manual nissan terrano workshop

NISSAN TERRANO WORKSHOP SERVICE MANUAL

There are three main wheel alnment angles, which determine how each wheel is positioned relative to the car, the ground and each other. Camber and Toe angles refer directly to the wheel, while Caster on the other hand is a measurement of the suspension geometry.

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Camber is the inclination of the wheel from the vertical relative to the ground when viewing from the front (or rear) of the car.

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Typical camber settings for most road cars are between 0 and -1.0 degree In general, an easy way to increase cornering performance along with matching suspension and tyre upgrades, is to dial in some extra negative camber.

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One advantage of this is that as the centrifugal force during hard cornering causes the body of the car to roll outwards, the outside tyres which take the brunt of the cornering force, will sit more uprht relative to the ground maximising the tread to road contact and ultimately resulting in more grip.


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