Originally Posted by Madulla
My car won't stop traction rolling. What can I do to stop it. I have tried softer then harder side and center springs. My setup is stock. I race on low traction carpet. The car is fast and handles great, but when I push it a little it goes up on 2 wheels. Ride height is 4.5mm
What is your tire diameter? Traction rolling is a problem if I run my tires any bigger than 54mm (2.12"). My track is high grip so I usually start my tires at 53mm (2.08").
The kit side springs (gold) are really stiff. Most guys are running Black, Green or Silver side springs. If your car is lifting the inside rear tire go to a softer spring. I recommend just running the black side springs.
The kit center spring is really stiff too. Try an Associated Blue center spring and 27.5wt oil.
I also switched to the .020" front springs with just a touch of droop. They steer well but wont let the front collapse like the .018's.
What tires are you running? Jaco's make the car narrower in front. This makes the car dig and steer harder. I run 3 axle shims per side when I run Jaco's to smooth out the car.
Hope this helps...