Thanks for this Dave. I've actually got a set of Copper AE springs I used to run on the rear of my Yokomo, I take it they might be a little stiff though
I can only find the Gold and Silver over here in the uk at the moment, I assume the Gold is softest, with Silver being hardest (of the three)? How do they compare to the Tamiya springs (ie is AE Blue similar in stiffness to Tam Yellow) ?
Your using these with the EvoIV suspension though, right? Does that make any difference to the spring rate? or is it just a case of more options on mounting? I should be getting my set soon enough, although I don't think I'll use it straight off, but at least it means I don't have to shell out for the Alu rear hubs.
(Maybe I can stop spending money soon, along with the MRT-VX Pro I brought this week, gonna be a big CC bill this month...)
Finally I have one, more open question.
Having run the car at the weekend with stock wishbone mounts, I've now changed it to D/D on the rear (2deg toe with std hubs, right?) and C/A on the front (I brought the front A mount when I got the car). What sort of affect will this have on the car? I rember reading somewhere on here that the narrower front end (due to C/A) gives it more steering, whilst also providing -1 deg of inboard toe out.
How does this inboard toe-out affect the car? I assume it will affect it when the car has the suspension loaded, as otherwise it would be no different to the standard set-up right? (I usually run with 0 deg toe anyway).
Thanks in advance