Thread: Tamiya FF04
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Old 05-18-2017, 01:46 AM  
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The motor on the FF-04 is higher than it was on the FF-03, so there's a bit more body roll. I generally have good luck with the stiffest swaybar in the front and the medium swaybar in the rear. If that gives too much oversteer, drop down to the softest swaybar in the rear; likewise, if there's too much understeer, drop down to the medium swaybar in the front. I've never found a use for the stiffest swaybar in the rear or the softest swaybar in the front.

If the car is too narrow, go ahead and widen it. As I recall, each step on the TRF toe-block scale increases or decreases width by 0.5mm. I run 1A in the front and 1C/1XA in the rear on all my Tamiya touring cars, except for one that I've widened to 200mm.
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