Originally Posted by Riketsu
Please post some pics of the DLS hookup.
The DLS video isn't mine.
Don't have the system on my car and I'm not planning to either.
I think it completely messes with the car's geometry/balance and you have to go to extremes to get the balance back. With extremes I mean very hard springs/ diff oils on the rear and a very soft front end.
I believe the system could give an advantage but it should be incorporated into the design.
Originally Posted by mrgsr
Interesting tie rod on Dirks car, how would you adjust tweak with that?
Lengthening or shortening the rod, ideally you don't want any preload on the rod, it should move freely.
Originally Posted by GREGORY!
i think that the main reason for the rear rod set up for rear chassis brace is that it allow more flex than the plastic i right-left forces.but less flex in forward-backward forces.
I think you're absolutely right.
A nice tuning option to have. My home track mostly has low traction during practice and medium during races, but still not enough for the 4mm chassis.
But I like the feel the 4mm chassis gives, so I think I will try it together with the tie rod.