Originally Posted by Maybell
Yes, less camber gain should be smoother.
The only video that I've seen of him in the main barely gave a chance to see it roll but in what I saw it seemed to take slightly longer in transitions from left to right which kinda translated to me it was very smooth
Naoto's car seemed to transition quicker but seemed to have less inertia through the corners hence Naoto's car seemed more aggressive and Keven's seemed more in control kinda or stuck in whatever position it was in but I didn't see it definitely having more steering just more stable in whatever corner angle
I mean I'm not even got my car on track yet but I could tell the difference in the way the inline car looked in contrast to non-inline
It's amazing how sensitive 12th cars are to configuration's let alone settings...lol
I'm not sure I'd bet on the inline for being faster than non-inline but perhaps a different style of driving for 12th scale drivers although I'm sure the next set of kits will probably be inline?
The inline also reminds me of a car you could put massive motor in cause it's so stable or stuck in the rear
So maybe people will figure out inline works better some places and non-inline others...lol