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Old 02-14-2009, 10:14 PM   #1
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can a new racer learn to drive better by have abs radio yes or no and tell y you say yes or no
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Old 02-14-2009, 10:30 PM   #2
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I have ABS on my Airtronics M11, but I've never used it. I think using the ABS and traction control in the M11 would make me a lesser driver. I'd rather learn to drive with better control in my fingers.

I don't even use exponential.
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i would say no need the abs,i hardly use brake during the race day even practice ...............
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No abs, It would be fun to play with. But its hard on servos and battery life.

Just set your car and brakes right and you won't need ABS anyway. Its also nice to have a radio like the M8 that has a button near your thumb to increase or decrease brakes as your driving.
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Pass on the ABS..you'll have enough stuff to learn!!
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Old 02-15-2009, 09:21 AM   #6
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All radios have ABS, it's called an endpoint adjustment.
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Yeah dont use the ABS the super fast pulsing it takes to mimic ABS is a servo killer.
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Yeah dont use the ABS the super fast pulsing it takes to mimic ABS is a servo killer.
+1 That causes your throttle servo to spazz out over time.
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