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Old 07-12-2008, 01:51 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by CREWMAN View Post
what can i do to stop spinning out in the turns. Most of the time it is from the center to he exit of the corner. the back end of the car loose traction and spins around. Now i understand that this is commomn when you are going to fast but somtimes i am going pretty slow and it still comes around on me.
Also make sure your droop settings are equal and you have no chassis tweak. A bad choice of droop setting can make the back end unstable, if you are running a roll/sway bar on the back take it off.

Also try adjusting the rear suspension settings to get the car to grip that end.

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