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Old 07-25-2008, 08:03 PM   #151
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I cant seem to get liverc.com. How do u get it. It goes to this loading thing and when I press play it come up for a sec but then goes back to loading.
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Old 07-25-2008, 09:46 PM   #152
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What is .120 internal limiting?
There are different spacers you put inside the shocks to limit the travel .
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Old 07-25-2008, 10:46 PM   #153
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Why and where do I get those?
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My understanding of the purpose for shock limiters is to control droop of your shocks and the resulting weight shift during braking and accelleration. Think of a weight on a slope where the high side represents the amount of droop. More droop makes the slope steeper and the weight wants to shift to the down side. For example - reducing droop on the rear of a car reduces the amount of weight shifted to the front during braking and helps maintain rear traction. Too much droop in the rear will unload the rear tires and loss of traction will occur. The trick is to find the right balance for your driving style and track.
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Old 07-26-2008, 09:37 AM   #155
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how can i get more steering out of my xxxt cr? it really pushes bad. thanks
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how can i get more steering out of my xxxt cr? it really pushes bad. thanks
Move you front shocks UP on the shock tower. The higher you go, the better it is in steering but you lose bump handling. If you want lo speed steering move the shock into the inner front a arm hole and if you want high speed steeering put it on the outer a arm place.
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how can i get more steering out of my xxxt cr? it really pushes bad. thanks
Download the manual from Horizon Hobbies for your particular Losi vehicle and read their tips on tuning the front and rear end of each vehicle.
The tips are at the end of each manual and they really are very informative.
Start with the perfect set of fresh tires first! Fresh fronts are more important than you think.
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What servo is being used?
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