Thanks a lot for help, specially for the Mugen-numbers. So i can take them and change my Rim-System for next Time to OS2.
And yes, battery is not included. But, my chassis has hole for 5 AAA-Batterys, the newer for 2/3A, same as mugen and elder serpent. Lipo i donīt wanna use, because i have to brake down power to 6 volts with regulator, but with full loaded 5-cells, i have 7 volts and very quick servos. a full loaded lipo has more than 8 volts, and i think this is to much....
I tried a lot for Setup. With the green serial Springs, my car was not so good. Iīm using this time the elder blue Serpent-Springs (909418) and iīm happy with them. 25 serpent oil in front and 40 in rear shok-absorbers.
here in Germany, special in Bavaria, the tracks are not only fast, there are most time slow corners and fast corners in mix. For fast corners i trim the car with the flap on rear of body, but in middle-fast-corners or corners, where i have to brake to go in and with gas out, i have small problems. Car is then understeering.
My home-race-track is Here>>>Köditz
Corner, corner, corner... left, right, left, right-left-right,....i need agressive steering. if i use smoother springs in front, the steering is less agressive, but more gripp. On this track, i was somethme driving with only 1 degree toe in in rear for a little drift in corners. it is fast, but difficult and such a race for over 30 minutes... the mistakes come often.
With same engine, iīm loosing 7/10 per round against good other drivers, but not on straight... im loosing time by going into and out of corners.
In moment, i mount the steering-steel from servosaver to steering-blocks not on, i mount them UNDER the steering-block. (I hope, you can understand what i mean) this bring me a little bit more toe in on outside-wheel, wenn i turn into corner and brake.
Has anybody tried another servo-saver, i mean the position of the balls? i would like to make new holes for mounting them near to another for another ackerman. i hope, that will bring more toe-in on outside wheel during steering.