Originally posted by modellor
Yeah, solid front and rear.
With solid rear and front one way you get a constant tail loose car in the corner. With double solid axles you get a switching effect between oversteer and understeer while on the throttle. This in effect allows you to go through a corner a lot faster as you can keep the power down a lot deeper into it and get back on it a lot sooner on the exit. The overdrive here is more critical as you have to be able to keep the front from kicking out on the exit. Effectively, I have found an increase of 1 - 2 % more overdrive than I use with the front oneway and a 3mm F/R tire split.
So you mean to say that by using the front and rear solid diff combo, you need your rear tire to be 3mm in diameter bigger than the front foam tire, is that right? I haven't done this combo yet...and I'm curious, how does it handle in a tight medium size track?