Originally posted by EVOLUTION
[B]There's a difference between being very responsive with information that has come from others and simply been copied and information that comes with real experience, if I may say so?
Sure EVO... I'm really need help. I love this hobby so much, from built up the kits, learning the handling dynamic, driving, racing till making freinds.
But still as beginner, I need help with other's experiences.. Anyone that willing..I appreciated. So pls do so. (Giving comments.)
Originally posted by Data
[B] text book solutions sometimes help. but esham, without knowing anything much about your car, the track and the way you drive, it is kind of hard to help you. some people can offer solutions just by the description "lazy going into corners", but most of us can't. i guess this the different between real pros and beginners like me.
i see you have mostly 5 ports (mod) engines on your cars, ever consider trying out some simple, stock 3 port engines ?[B]
Yup.. I agree it such alot factors (track, driving..etc) and combination/balance that I need to describe first
and sometime i wonder what are the strategies
and Objectives priority
when a good and experience rc racers at a track for practice, tuneup their kits or on racing days.
For example.. when you are at a track, what are your objectives setupup in your mind?
Is it ..maybe...1. To Enjoy yourself..
2. Run fastest lap (TQ) 3. Run stable, consistent and fast..
And What is your approch to accomplish that ?
My scenario..please correct me.
.i'm learning. Went to a track with objective to enjoy and do consistent and fastest lap. Ok, i start run with my standard setup afew laps. Then just example i found my car is slow into corner. The car not go into corner immediately, it slide and understeer. Ok, then i change front tires by attention to have more grip in front ( let say from 40 to 37) if it still slide.. now i can't change it to lower than 37.? Because if i do that i afraid the tires will not last long. Or..should i?
OK now emm... i soften the front spring tension ( without moving the shock position) maximun soften the tension. But sometime it doesn't help it still understeer. So should i change the spring to much more softer spring or I stiffen the rear suspention or put add more rear droop. Should i?
Should i go for maximum extreme change and see the effect and adjust/reduce it later to preferable action or change in the small amount till reach the desired action..
There are alot more question..hope i didn't confuse anybody..