Check your steering knuckles and see if there is a #1 stamped on them. If so then the knuckle's kingpin screws have a 1 mm offset. Meaning that if you drew an imaginary line through the kingpin screws, it will not pass through the center of the knuckle(center of bearing). I think Yokomo uses this knuckle in their kits to keep the steering very tame for entry level drivers. Most other kit manufacuter run 0 offset knuckles. Try and run #0 steering knuckles. Steering should be very sharp and direct, not lazy. It took me forever to get steering when driving Yokomo chasis' in the past. Once the 0's knuckles were installed, there was so much steering, i then needed more rear bite. GL
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Last edited by trigger; 09-07-2009 at 12:37 AM.