12th scale mod was fun, but I was a little inconsistant. But thats ok because it was my first time running it. It's not very dialed yet. The car is very twitchy and has a lot of steering. I think I have the dual rate down around 78 or something. One of the guys at the track says that when I corner the inside front tire lifts up a lot and almost leaves the ground. Does anyone have any ideas I could try? Heres my set up:
Damper tubes: I think its like 10000 wt. Mugen diff oil or something. It might be heaver but I'm not sure.
Camber: I'm not sure, I was so busy running sedan mod and 12th mod back to back I never had time to check it
! But its somewhere between -0º and -1º I believe.
t-bar: .063 (I will be changing to a .075)
front tires: TRC purple
rear tires: TRC Grey
ride height: 3.5mm
shock oil: 30wt.
servo: laid down
front springs: .022
center spring: copper? (its one of the springs that came in the kit, its like an olive drab color but I'm not sure its real name
toe-in: straight ahead
10º angled arm mounts
motor: fantom PT special wind
body: parma speed 8
I'm going to try a few things next time:
- running CA along the outside edge of the tires
- setting camber to -1.5º
- diff grease in the damper tubes? I want something super thick.
- mabey change the caster to 0º-2º
- .24 springs? That would decrease steering but increase the twitchy.
Anyone have any ideas? Thanks