Camber Angle

Locost Haynes Roadster Anti-Roll Bar

What size anti-roll bar do I need? Can I just use a front one or do I need a rear one too? Do the stop understeer? What about using stiffer springs or different suspension geometry?

Haynes Roadster Cornering G Force

Have you ever wondered how g forces are calculated, or how to calculate cornering forces? Are corner weights important? How much difference do corner weights make to lap times?

Fully Adjustable Rear Suspension

Getting a fully adjustable rear suspension set-up on a Kit Car is not easy. With the use of Urethane, Clevis and rose joints I think I have found the best compromise.

Anti Dive Geometry

As a vehicle brakes, the front has a tendency to dive. This can cause the car to become unpredictable and therefore it is important to minimise this effect. Anti-Dive geometry will limit the front end dive giving the driver greater confidence.

Kit Car Adjustable A Arm Suspension

Kit Car Adjustable Suspension has always been a compromise, but this design employs polyurethane joints, clevis and rose-joints to achieve complete camber and caster compensation.