SC10 stability

Old 07-30-2009, 06:00 PM
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What some things can i do to my sc10 to make more stable? Your tips will be greatly appreciated!
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Old 07-31-2009, 10:12 PM
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what do you mean "more stable"? is it crashing and rolling over? are you bashing around the street or are you on a track?
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Old 07-31-2009, 10:18 PM
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Toe out 1 degree
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Goosebump tires on the back only,(stock tires up front) and 2K weight Losi diff oil. Now my truck has a push, making it very easy to drive.
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Try 10 wt AE shock oil in the rear diff
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http://users.telenet.be/elvo/1/1_content.html

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Originally Posted by traxxas_trucks View Post
Toe out 1 degree
You mean toe-in! Toe out will make the problem worse.
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Old 08-01-2009, 10:20 PM
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yea I got that losi rear hub thing going on with mine...2 degrees (in ward toe...), truck is pretty much planted. I also have 3 oz. of weight in the rear batt compartment with a lipo pack in the stock batt location with 2 oz. up front to help with the stearing transition. Its like driving a touring car on dirt with being able to break loose the rearend at will to get that drifting thing going around certian turns... If ya know what I mean

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Originally Posted by OG RC 10T View Post
http://users.telenet.be/elvo/1/1_content.html

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excellent !!!
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+1 on the Losi hub mod, I did that and it worked out great
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Well toe angles effect more for entry and exit for cornering. For more stable you will length the wheelbase. And depending on track you run for example pistons and oil in shocks will also effect stability as well. Droop or down travel will also effect stability too.
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Originally Posted by -J- View Post
You mean toe-in! Toe out will make the problem worse.
Yes thank you for the correction
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Originally Posted by traxxas_trucks View Post
Yes thank you for the correction
No problem. Just didn't want him to dial in some toe-out thinking it was going to be easier to drive!
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