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Old 07-10-2005, 10:21 PM   #1
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Hey guys, do many of you use exponential on your radio's ? i have set up mine in such a way it's less responsive around the neutral position so i can pass at high speed without alot of twitchiness. seems to work good just wonder weather its a common thing, and if so what sort of percentage expo ?

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personally dont really use expo, dont like the feel of it, if i do it is usually no more than 5% on a 3pk.
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I find with the Tamiya cars there is a lot of steering around neutral, so i commonly use up to 15% negative expo on the steering. I would rather have a twitchy setup on the car, and control the "Feel" of the steering through use of negative expo.
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i use it on my Xs3 about 10% works well, it feels like your more in control of the car
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