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Old 07-19-2006, 11:27 PM   #1
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Default TB-02 chassis balancing? How?

I did a search but came up empty handed.
I run a TB-02 chassis. How do you guys balance the left to right bias. The battery set is so much more heavy - the left side is waaay heavier than the right.
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one way is by adding lead to the electronics side to even it up
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ROTFL Ohhhohooa you slay me!
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There is a Tamiya TB02 thread on here
http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthread.php?t=24245

I do run lightweight electronics and it it much heavier on the battery side, since the car is so heavy anyway I dont run lead, i simply put a little bit more preload onto the shocks to even up the rideheight and I find that it handles well enough while being unbalanced in 27T and 540 classes
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Awesome. Thanks man.

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