08-02-2014, 12:21 AM
Join Date: Apr 2009
Location: The Netherlands
I have a fast servo in the car but dailed it a bit down on speed.
So doing the same as you do.
Not running expo as i hate it.
Also not running 235MM cars indoor as the tracks are to narrow.
Except for the race i had in the beginning of the year in Germany.
But that was on a 220 meters large indoor asfalt track with insane grip levels
Originally Posted by OrganicMechanic
I hope you didn't take my post wrong about the carpet tracks, sorry if you did Roy. I was purposely pointing out the difference between the 1/8scale circuits you were referring to and the carpet tracks I am used to... I run mostly indoor carpet and very little outdoor asphalt(medium sized parking lot setup). On carpet I know I need the fast servo. On asphalt I hadn't thought about a push in my car being caused by a fast servo. So I was thanking you for the tip
. My solution for asphalt would be to slow the servo speed down via expo and dual rate, assuming my car has a push I can't shake with setup changes. This way I don't have to swap servos for different surfaces.
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