I was using(Racing with) My Old Set-Up
1-Degree Front Toe-In, Front Droop: 6mm - Rear Droop 5mm). . . . .I was doing alright.....Until I hit a Barrier(very Lightly) on the Left Side of the Car.
-It was now pulling to the Right Side.
-I thought I killed the Left Aluminum Axle.
I went to to My Pit Area and decided to use My New Set-Up(I`ve Posted It Earlier).
-What a Difference. . . . .It doesn`t wander; It`s Better.....and I didn`t kill the Aluminum Axle.
What does this tell Us TB Evo 5 Owners?.....Be Careful. The Evo 5 Can`t really take Side Hits(anywhere near the Wheels).
I`ve had a Side Crash with My Pro 4 and NO DAMAGE.....I didn`t have to change anything after the crash.
I like the Evo 5 Diffs over the Pro 4 Diffs. Set the Diff(s) and You`re Good To Go.
The Evo 5 Steering is more Free over the Pro 4 Steering.
For some reason the Pro 4 feels Faster than the Evo 5. --I`ll do some Lap Tests with both Cars/Kits when the Weather Warms-Up again.....(It was Warm in New York City on Monday - Thursday. . . . .It`s Friday and it`s Snowing.)