You lack rear grip?
Or have to much steering?
Lack of rear grip is easy.
Convert the rear to the XI arms so you get a narrower rear thread.
Ally shocks, build them with 2 o-rings and look for the TRF piston guide and pistons(3 hole), less play and better working shock
Use allround 35WT oil and go for the same springs as the Tamiya White front and Yellow rear.
Don't go for the ball dif if you lack grip at the rear but use the geardiff with 80WT oil in it(40 wt is to thin it will leak)
Indeed raise the inner camber links for more rear grip.
Lower them at the front to get less steering.
Ride height front 5mm and rear 5.5.
Toe in rear at 2.5 or 3 and camber also on 2.5 or 3.
Front diff use cleaning putty in it.
You leave some movement in it so the drivetrain gets less beating but it almost works as a spool.
You can also convert the rear suspension to the TRF416 mod as this will give you more grip and good responce on changes.
You need the alloy front bulkhead covers and TRF416WE or X suspension bridge.
Originally Posted by Eddscott
I am in the process of rebuilding the shocks on my car. The kit ones have leaked so I have bought the ally ones. I also bought the kit tuning springs. I am going to build with 30wt oil with 5.75 on the front and 6.5 on the rear. I am also going to add 1mm to the top link at the bulkhead on the rear. I am hoping this should help with my rear grip issues.
I have also bought all the bits for a ball diff so was wondering if I should put it in the rear of the car. I have 40wt oil in the rear and 1:1 multi purpose grease in the front.