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What woe a good base line setup for a WCM Stock car? Such as camber, caster. Also, what about tire compounds for asphalt? Any help will be greatly appreciated. John
 

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Rear toe, R- 1/8 in, L- 0
RF Camber 4 degrees in, caster 7 degrees back
LF Camber 3 degrees out, caster 3 degrees back
Rear camber both 3 degrees
Front toe 1/8 out
Medium sway bar
Front stagger 1 inch
Rear stagger 1 inch
Left side tires L20 Medium
RF 96 Firm
RR 410 Medium
 

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Thanks for the reply. I am planning on getting a WCM either later this year or early next year. Will race at Boulder, San Bernidino, Dallas and Tucson.
 

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Hey Orrin, quick question for you. Do you balance your tires for your car? If so, how do you do it? I balance my 10th scale Pan Car foams for running on carpet and asphalt. John
 

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Some people do balance their tires, by putting them on one of the front spindles and rotate by hand. Put weights on the inside self sticking, and cover with duct tape. But most racer's don't balance anymore.
 
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