Originally Posted by Joseph16
The 2.0 conversion from the buggy is wider, wich give you more stability.
I dont know if you guys have notice that the cobra is narrower in the rear,
So people are sacrificing corner speed for stability.
Corner speed is actually faster with stock set up ( narrower rear)
The version 2 rear with hubs and axles is way wider
With 1 mm hubs its almost 6 mm wider. My car was total 314 mm wide with conversion using sweeps
The cobra which like almost all electric rubber cars has a wider front width than the rear. This gives great corner speed
Stock arms hubs axles was 308. mm with sweeps In rear
If you need more rear stability you can narrow the front end (-1 hubs )
Also you can try +2 or + 3 mm rear hubs Also Desoto has lower roll center. Locks for rear which can plant rear without making wider.
The wider rear you can drive in harder but it doesn't exit as well IMO