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Old 08-11-2012, 01:52 AM
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Hi, I have a slash with both the strc lcg chassis and the protrac kit but it still seems to roll over quite a lot??? I have 45wt front and 40wt rear shock oil. My protrac is also setup following this setup sheet. http://prolineracing.com/images/howt...t6062_BASE.pdf
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P.S How would i get more turn with my car. My D/R is set at 110%. What would happen if i set it at 150% which is the max? Would it destroy my servo?
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Old 08-11-2012, 03:45 AM
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What tires are you running? What type of surface(asphalt, clay, carpet?) Are you gassing it during the turn causing traction role? Suspension and servo tuning is only part of the equation.
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I'm running on hard packed with a dusty surface. Using blockades in m3. Not exactlly sure what you mean by grassing. If you mean like putting power on, I don't think so but I haven't seen how fast other people go through the turns.
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Sounds like you need to power through your coners, slow before the corner, not in the corner and keep just enough power on to keep your momentum from flipping you over. to much throttle and you spin out, not enough an you flip.
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