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Old 07-08-2009, 09:27 PM   #16
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i need to do whatever is going to give me the most pop off the jump. i ALWAYS seem to come up short on doubles. i got a better engine and i still dont seem to get the pop alot of the racers seem to be getting. thier cars seem to have springs under them and min just flys straight ahead instead of up. i went out again today in wichita to practice and my buggy never seems to fly far enough. i know traction is an issue here, however many other drivers have no problems clearing the jumps. just not me.

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right at the top of the ramp let off the gas (yes OFF). I've done it for a while and it seems to push the buggy off the top of the ramp. When i hold it wide open up and off the ramp it goes farther (but lower), if i let off just at the top, it pops it up in the air so i can clear farther jumps. try it. If it don't work, try something different.
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Old 07-09-2009, 12:11 PM   #17
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for real...let off the gas? hrm. guess ill have to try it.
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Hey, that's a secret. You can't tell eveyone that! It takes practice but it sure does help on the longer bigger jumps.
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so how do you adjust the amount of rebound when you assemble(freshen up)the shocks
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You would add more oil, or if you have 8ight shocks you can do the losi shock mod (search on rctech for it, there is a thread).
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