02-06-2002, 07:35 AM
Join Date: Aug 2001
Location: Brookfield, CT
Originally posted by Buda
Tony when is your next planned update on that great site you run/own?
Is ther a big differance in the handling/tweak between the composite/graphite chassis and how durable is the graphite I know it is a bit more fragile but how much?
Any tips/parts to help keep tweak to a minimum? I seem to have a problem in straight line tracking but it also may be my cheapo servo (new one on order by end of month hopefully)
Soon, I hope. It's just taking alot more time than I expected. Digi-pix are done, I'm just making a flashy intro... I know, I know, just get the damn info up, right???
Sorry, working on it!
As Corse-R said, graphite chassis is much more rigid and should be used on hi-traction surfaces. Tweak shouldn't be a problem unless the chassis isn't straight...
Tweak: A good servo is always a must-have, in any vehicle. Another tip, make sure you don't have any toe-out on your car. Toe-out helps the car turn in, but makes it wandery (is that a word?) on the straights....
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