I tried different spring setups at socal today.
F - 50wt, R - 40wt
0 toe out
ride height 5
Everything else is stock
F - red, R - blue - rear was little loose causing twitchy steering.
F - red, R - green - solid rear traction, best setup so far
F - copper, R - green - ice skating steering
F - gold, R - green - little unstable steering in the corners
I couldn't try more on last setup and silver in rear due to time constrain.
I was using 22/72 48p with 10x2 caliber.
In long straight, it was fast enough passing other cars many times.
But in the corners it was hard to keep up with other cars.
I think for this track (small indoor, hardbite smooth asphalt), 22 tooth is too overgeared.
I will go 20 or 21 next time.
After the run, motor was really burning hot.
Time to rebuild the shocks again.
I'll go 50wt front 30 wt rear.
red front, silver or green rear
sway bar front or rear (?)
Have anyone had bad rear hub carrier?
My new graphite ones are all bad.
I couldn't see it with my eye though if I put two bearings, axle and turn it with my finger it grind balls in the bearing.
So I had to reuse old composite ones. They run as free as possible.
I wonder if all graphite hub carriers are bad.
Front ones also have slight misalignment though I decided to use them.
Oh man, maybe just a bad luck.