Originally Posted by 29TC
Hey guys need advice.
What adjustments do you usually do to get more steering entering a corner?
My phi handles great on sweeping turns and chicanes. Mid and exit steering is great. But on high speed straights into a hairpin, i need to really slow the car down to make tight turns. I always get over taken or knocked from behind at that point.
Any tips on getting more initial steering and a better tighter turning radius?
By the way, my setup is stock(EU spec kit) with front ball differential.
I'm having the same problem. The first time I ran the car it was great then the next week...same car, same setup, same track, the car pushed like a dump truck. The only difference was the traction was a little less after the rains. It went from a 9 on a 1 to 10 scale to about a 7.5 which is still good. Here's my setup;
stock castor blocks
2 degree toe out
40 wt AE stock pistons (1.3)
HPI yellow springs
inside hole on steering knuckle
coupler up front/down rear
cambler link low short (I also tried high mid as well)
40 wt AE stock pistons
HPI pink springs
camber link low short
shocks both mounted one in from outside
ride height 5mm all around
the rear also want s to come around a little on power. I tried flipping the rear coupler to give some anti squat but that didn't do anything.
Any help would be appreciated.