Originally Posted by hprt
.......The biggest downfall with the M04, is dealing with changing traction levels on the track through the racing day. As the track grooves up and grip level increases, the M04 tends towards oversteer, which makes for a difficult drive. This can be solved with going to harder compound tires in the front, or using less traction compound on the front as the day progresses. Just follow the simple rule - "slide the front, stick the rear", and you will be fine. Get the rear end planted, and then slowly work towards increasing front grip to find a balance.
I set the F&R dampers on 1:2 ratio. Same oil in all, with 1 hole piston up front and 2 holes piston back rear; or same piston all round, with 60-F & 30-R... This permit me to run same tires on all corners. Very convenience when choosing tires!!
I do notice on dusty track, it spin out very very easily...
So my latest RC inventories: 2 brooms(you can always find extra hands on track to chip in...) to swept the track....