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Old 12-10-2008, 04:43 PM   #16
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Of course I would tell you Kyosho is the best!

You measure from the center of the top mounting screw to the center of the pin on the arm to get the correct droop.

Less camber gives you less overall traction. Just make sure to stay between 0 and -6. But typically racers stay between -1 and -3.
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Old 12-11-2008, 11:23 AM   #17
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Thanks..

One quik que.
I noticed that the mp777 when accelarating the rear end is not stable but when it is going with speed there is traction on the rear end..

most of the time in the track that is what happens with me..when i accelarate the rear end pushes a lot on the turn and i loose the rear end and i loose my line.. if i knew how to solve this problem and still have the high speed cornering and the correct right heights that will be very nice....
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