Originally Posted by yellow15
There are dozen's of things you could do to remedy over steer coming out of the corners.
The general rule of thumb is to do one of two things:
Stiffen up the front suspension or...
Soften the rear suspension.
It could also be something as simple as turning down the steering on your transmitter. We just raced last weekend and as the day got longer and the temperature went up, I had to keep turning my steering down. As the day cooled off in the afternoon, I had to turn my steering back up.
Try putting on stiffer springs in the front and increase the caster slightly. If that makes it better but it is still not comfortable, then try putting on a softer center spring on the shock.
There are a bunch of other things to try. Lighter shock oil. Thinner T bar. Removing the center screw on the T bar. Softer rear tires. Increasing the rear track.
For the front, firmer front tires. No traction compound on the front tires. You just have to start playing with the setup keeping in mind the two rules stated above. Also remember that a loose car is a fast car, if you can keep it between the lines!!