I've run the RDX twice now and must say i quite like it
First time out i used the Steve Lissamore "DMS" set-up barring the shock pistons which i don't have (he says to use "Tamiya 3") part number would be appreciated. The car felt very stable and easy to drive but i felt it was lacking Mid corner, it just wouldn't rotate quite fast enough in the very middle of the corner on a neutral throttle.
Second time out i changed things around to Chris Kerswell's "DMS" set-up again barring the Shock pistons but felt with the full 6deg of caster it was pushing on corner entry before being abit loose there after.
Anyway of the 2 i preferred Steve's set-up but need to get somemore mid corner rotation , just wonder what your idea's might be ??
I'm sure both set-up sheets can be found on Helgar racings site if you dont already have them
My idea's are thinner front shock oil, raise the inner front camber link , take off the anti dive but use 4deg caster blocks instead of 6 . one at a time of course but i'd like to know what you think i should do first ??
Also would the Tamiya pistons soften it up much (much more responsive?) ?? is there a large difference between them and the std. corally ones ??
Oh. This is a great thread loads of info in it