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Old 01-12-2015, 11:10 AM   #10441
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Flats in front rear hubs moved foward, my lap times are in the top 5 Amain but if I choose tires that are good I have no steering to I usually run new chains slightly broken in so I can drift around the corners, but I'd prefer to have more corner speed and get rid of the under steer, might try grey springs and go back to 1.6's in frontand lower my roll center front 1mm currently it is 2mm
Isnt lowering roll center, you put a larger washer under the ballstud? I thought thats what was described in previous posts..
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Isnt lowering roll center, you put a larger washer under the ballstud? I thought thats what was described in previous posts..
Yea.. Adding a 1mm to the already 2mm
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Yea.. Adding a 1mm to the already 2mm
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Flats in front rear hubs moved foward, my lap times are in the top 5 Amain but if I choose tires that are good I have no steering to I usually run new chains slightly broken in so I can drift around the corners, but I'd prefer to have more corner speed and get rid of the under steer, might try grey springs and go back to 1.6's in frontand lower my roll center front 1mm currently it is 2mm
Try the gullwings with the b5m front tower.
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im putting the flat arms the front and back. should i move the rear hubs all the way foward to get the most bite? thanks
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Carbon rear shocktower.
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thanks. im running on a med bite loose hard packed indoor track. im running it box setup and cant get steering or bite the car just wants to spin out i have to feather it the whole race and have on power steering. im putting flat arms on it now. is there anything else i can do or buy to improve these issues? please help thanks
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What's a good servo to run in the buggy
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thanks. im running on a med bite loose hard packed indoor track. im running it box setup and cant get steering or bite the car just wants to spin out i have to feather it the whole race and have on power steering. im putting flat arms on it now. is there anything else i can do or buy to improve these issues? please help thanks
Sounds like you could be using better tires. I'd try that first. Maybe you could borrow tires from someone for a lap or two to test if you don't have what the "fast guys" are using.
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Any opinions on the 3 gear?
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Saw one in last night. It came out before the main.
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Try the gullwings with the b5m front tower.
I got rid of that stuff to get rid of twitchy ness, that's not the problem my roll center just needs tweaked and gotta find the right combo of Pistons that fits my style
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putting b5 arms on flat front and back. are the shocks suppose to mount to the front of the arms instead of the back like the stock ones? the rear arms look the same
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