04-05-2014, 04:00 PM
Join Date: Jan 2006
Location: Carbondale, Pa
Originally Posted by skyball
I'd try less up travel (what you seem to call droop), like 1 to 1.5 mm.
Also from your description, the suspension seems to be too soft for the grip level, so slightly thicker shock oil (up to 50wt front) and / or harder springs may improve things. Also, what 3x1.1 shock pistons do you use? Many pistons from other brands (Tamiya...) don't really fit, because they have a smaller diameter and thickness then the original ones. I did'nt see stabilizers in your setup, do you use any (you should)?
Glueing the edges of the front tires might also help.
yellow front white rear sway bars
losi pistons drilled out
I tried gluing the tires and all it did was kill turn in and I still flipped and it is traction rolling from center off and an inside front tire is off of the ground
I can not get the car to break traction eather be loose or push it is just glued to the track
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