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Old 08-21-2009, 09:59 AM   #16
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i really like your explaination. And it makes good sense. THe x,y,z was a nice twist!
yea i honestly see my buggy as a two rolling x,y,z axes lol. one axis for the front and one for the back. lol.
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reading unspokens words really helped me also! about the losiing control and throttling, i wouldve never thought to hit the gas! thanks!!
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Run a few really slow laps, then run some medium paced laps, then run so fast ones.
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You may have already done this, but make sure your end point adjustments on your radio for steering and throttle are correctly set. I've seen a lot of people have this set where barely turning the steering wheel is full lock on the car. Same with the throttle. Makes it very hard to drive like that. Just another idea to throw out there with the practice advice.
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virtual rc i find is really only good for teaching smooth throttle control,

The easiest way to learn to drive properly is to limit your steering, full lock is almost never needed and usually causes understeer anyways.
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