Originally Posted by Devon Racer
Im running 27t stock indoors with rubber cs 22/27 tyres using a one way front diff. I also have the Demon 3mm indoor chassis. At the moment my car is fitted with a front toe block with f0 printed on it, I would like to know what inboard toe out this is giving me ? Mr Jolly you might be able to answer that one as I now you run a demon chassis on yours. Can you tell me what block i should run with a one way and why ?
Also when i race away at the carpet thashnals the car is great, when I race at my local club (on carpet) with the same setup my car is pants. Every one at my club says its because our carpet has much more grip so I stiffened the car up, still not right, so I tried cs 27 tyres and again the car was not good. Any thoughts would be helpfull.
Well i`m not gary
F0 mean you have 0 kickup , the SD used to come with the F1 block (,eans 1 degree Kickup
So No outboard toe out for you ,you have parallell
i have f0.5 with a one-way fitted
you get more steering mid to exit with front inboard toe in ;
I can tell you now the Demon 3mm chassis doesn`t like low grip carpet ,if it`s dirty or having Foams races on it on the same night ,this doesn`t help either (Foam dust/powder left on track)
I have been using Russel williams setup from DMS 2 dayer to the `T` & so far so good (except low grip tracks) & demon chassis
front wheelbase by the way is 1+3 ,this is the same as the std chassis with the 1 mm shaved of front wishbones @back to shorten wheelbase (this works out 5+0
we still have .5mm thickers chassis & cells further forward ,so i don`t get to use full lock atall (80% rates i`m down too) about 18 degrees lock as opposed to 25 ish full lock