Since dropping my rather heavy valver inthe nova the camber of my wheels has been terrible. basically the top of the shock sits right against the inside of the turret, rather then in the middle. This has cause the wheels to lean really badly inwards.
Ive brought some camber adjustment bolts (that go through hub) and put them on max opposite camber and it has straighened them up loads, but they still lean in a bit
How can I get them even straighter? Also is it healthy for the shocks n springs to be leaning inwards (towards enginebay) rather then straight?
Would getting stiffer springs help? (they are gmax -40mm for nova, as well as shocks).
Can I get a stiffer rubber mount thing for the top of the shock that'll hold them center?