Originally posted by Julius
The problem with fuel tubing on the inside is that the dogbone get's pushed in the wheelaxle. At large steering throws this can lead to the dogbone contacting the axle. It then takes only a board jumping in front of your car to break the dogbone. That is why I use the fuel tubing on the wheelaxle.
We have some thought from our last testing. I did try your setup w/front diff, constant line is in on the top of my comments.
Than I try Mark Green setup (GP Halifax TC), fast! yet smooth enough in low speed steering.
Then we realize, that Mark Green setup is 90% stock!!
Even Pyramid said this is unbelievable, this car were using "Running-Change Geometry"
Coz, when 1st testing with stock setup the car is far from what we feel now.
There is only 1 difference, rear DIFFERENTIAL !!
When it perfect, the setup is very wide with each unique characteristic.
So, wouldn't be nice if the kit comes with pre-built rear diff ?
If that sounds impossible (I understand Hollands labor cost) is this the perfect time to release bevel diff as a standard in kit ?
We all know it is easier to build bevel diff (no gritty feeling)
Just my 2 rupiah (getting better know)