Originally Posted by Mr.juarez
Thanks man. I should mention i have this installed as well.
Thanks for taking the time to answer all the questions. It's always a challenge to remotely diagnose these sort of problems.
You should not be getting issues when accelerating using a silver can. It just doesn't have the power.
Edit: Just re-read your post and I mis-read the tyres you are using so have changed my initial response
We have seen problems mixing Ride on the rear and Pit Shimitzu on the front. The only Ride tyres we have tested which work with PS fronts are the Ride R1's which are very good with PS 571 soft fronts. You say you're running Ride R1's on the rear? Which Pit Shimitzu tyres are you running on the front?
The other thing to check is that the grub screws holding the carbon axle are holding the axle firmly and not slipping. We stopped using carbon axles for this reason. We use the stock steel axle. However, it doesn't sound like this is the issue.
The starting point in any setup is the right tyres.
Check out our Tyre guide
What is the track temp?
Does handling change after you've done some warm up laps? What's the approximate air temp?
Are you running on carpet or asphalt?
Are you using any traction compound? If so, how are you applying it?
What tyres are the fast guys at your track running?
Edit: The RSector High Traction System shouldn't be causing any issues, in fact the extra weight should assist with smooth acceleration. You can see our review of it here
Do you have any issues with tracking in a straight line when you are not accelerating or braking? Is anything bent at the front (eg; plastic arms or sometimes the plastic pieces under the alloy camber piece can shift so that when looking at the front of the car one side of the front is higher than the other)
Compress the front suspension one side at a time. Do the king pins move up and down freely and return to their starting position by themselves?
Are you running toe in on the front? (recommend toe out instead)
If you accelerate gently and steadily does the issue still occur? It should take approximately 1 second to reach full throttle.
Does the ESC have a throttle profile setting? If so choose the middle one. Aggressive throttle profiles with silver cans don't help these sort of problems but shouldn't be causing it on it's own.