Originally Posted by CR0SS
I do not think I have seen anyone run more then 1 degree of toe out. Those cars must be very twitchy on the straights.
Maybe I'm just use to it but it seems easy to manage. The cars actually still understeer through corners. I had setup the f1ultra initially with 0 toe and I couldn't carry any speed through corners
Generally I run my cars like this:
Softest pitch spring I can get, Softest T bar (x1)/Softest roll springs
Pitch spring set so that the car very slightly sags at the pivot (for the link cars)
Centre t-bar screw 1mm below chassis. Blue rubber ring. (t-bar cars)
Same height front and rear
Medium front spring
2-4 degrees toe out.
1.5 degrees camber
Battery as far back as possible
Bar where I have a tangle I'm generally in the top 2 and end up with either 1st or 2nd fastest laptime.
Anything else that looks different compared to how others set their car up?
Actually would like to know how people have their cars setup when using less toe out. I had originally tested less toe out and it didn't work. Clearly am missing something I needed to change in addition to make it work.