I finally got some decent laps in my car after some minor issues with top end power with my Nova N21-T.
Overal i found the care really nice to drive, the only issue i had was not enough steering, so i have made a few changes as follow:
2mm shim on the front top bracket, and none in the rear of the front top bracket - tip from Michael Salvern - A guy at my track same car said it improved his steering big time - like michael says its worth a try!
Clutch nut i have set to 1.5mm with about 0.5mm end gap - might give the the clutch spring nut a bit more to about 1.6 as it felt a bit boggy down low at times!
I also ran the tyres to a very low point Front 65mm 35SH & rear 72mm 35SH - cant still felt nice to drive but the gearing did suffer a bit.
ride height from stup station was a bit high in the begginning 11mm rear & 10mm front - i might change this to about 9mm rear and 8 front using setup station.
Rear Shock on upper tower position was very bottom hole, now i have raised it 2nd from bottom.
Front as per instruction manual. in the middle on the front tower.
Using Mugen Yellow clutch and working rather well, but standard motonica flyouts - non flipper
Front width: 253
Rear width: 263
sway bar flat front
rear - upgrade sway bar flat rear
mugen white springs all round
droop front +1
rear max out +8
alot of the setting was given by Robin D'Hondt from his monarco final setup.
plus i ran also the two carbon front upgrade flat support brackets that you can get, i might remove one on the very front to gain more front turn in.
Ill report back soon with some more testing, but good News for Motonica, is that we had 2 out of 4 P81 race on sunday - finally placing for there debut race was 1st & 3rd - and a very good time of 17.9 considerring others on flat 18.0's to 18.5's
Next year will be excitting in our club, as 4 P81's, 2 x 966, 3 Kyosho & possibly 2 sheppards with rest Mugens!
never have we had this many makes in our club so it will be a battle for all...
catch ya all, sorry for the ramble but i had to wake this thread up again!