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Old 10-09-2019, 03:55 PM
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Originally Posted by GT CRUSING View Post
So rear tire tuning issue, is it possible to have a rear tire so soft it causes the rear to fish tail on corner exits? What could cause that? Have tried several adjustments on new car for carpet. Its weird, its technically drifting an F1 with volante tires
Wrong tires for carpet!

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Old 10-09-2019, 05:11 PM
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Originally Posted by GT CRUSING View Post
So rear tire tuning issue, is it possible to have a rear tire so soft it causes the rear to fish tail on corner exits? What could cause that? Have tried several adjustments on new car for carpet. Its weird, its technically drifting an F1 with volante tires
Like the other guys said, probably the wrong tire. The other thing is if it's that soft, the sidewall may be deflecting a ton. It makes cars do weird things. Too soft a rear on a 1/12 car does strange things as well, squirmy...
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Originally Posted by trilerian View Post
Could I get a picture of this? Gluing on these tires seems even more mysterious than TC. Also, any break in tips for a new set of tires?
This tire is a CRC, but is glued the way it should be.


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