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Old 01-27-2009, 06:16 AM   #1
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Default B44 traction

What are some ways to get more bite to the back tires on a b44?
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  1. Soften up the rear suspension (lighter oil and springs)
  2. Lower the ride height of the rear end
  3. Depending on the traction of your track, change the anti-squat. If you have a low-traction track, try less anti-squat, for a high-traction track try increasing it.
  4. Lengthen the rear camber links.
  5. Try changing the rear camber a bit
  6. Add a front anti-roll bar
  7. Use a bigger wing, or increase the angle of your existing one
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thanks for the advise.. I will trial and error untill i get the results I am looking for!
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You can also get more bite at the rear by taking some traction away from the front. Try to go a bit stiffer in the front. Also, depending on the track surface you are racing at, you can add weight to the rear or take some weight away. If the track you are at is hard packed and no loose dirt, then add some weight to the front. If the track is loose packed, add some weight to the rear.
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J.R. if ur running lipos try adding an ounce or two in the rear.
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