An often overlooked setting, axle height helps you keep your suspension geometry relatively consistent while you adjust your ride height. Read on to learn when to change it and what effects it will have.
Axle height adjustments allow you to keep the suspension arms level when changing ride height.
Lower axle height
Lower roll center
Generally suited for low-grip tracks
Higher axle height
Higher roll center
Generally suited for high-grip tracks
To maintain suspension geometry, you may want to:
Front: lower the steering arm ball stud (bumpsteer) as axle height increases and vice versa
Rear: lower the outer camber link ball stud as axle height increases and vice versa