Could someone explain to me please, why lateral flex in a chassis is a good thing>
I would have thought as in a 1:1 car that the stiffer the chassis the better as it allows the suspension to do its job properly.
Surely given the correct spring/shock/oil it would be better to have no flex, as flex only aids an untuned chassis??
I'm fairly new to the tech side of r/c so would appreciate a good explanation.
I run the 2004 spec 1.1 pro4 in std trim except for square and hpi alloy parts on asphalt with foams and wonder what the benefit would be of going to a lighter chassis.