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Old 10-23-2004, 12:56 AM   #10216
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yea what he said, i have a extra set of rs spring cups, if you need them. i'm using the rs springs with the short shocks on the rs shock towers. i had to use the long shock ends on the rear but the fronts were ok by just unscrewing the shock end a couple of turns. it works just fine. i know you left early but the last time at FW i lapped everyone but 2nd place in the main.
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Old 10-23-2004, 01:11 AM   #10217
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Old 10-23-2004, 01:12 AM   #10218
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Old 10-23-2004, 01:13 AM   #10219
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how do you overcome oversteering problem ? everytime I squeeze the throttle too quick, the rear end of car will spin or slide sideways
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Old 10-23-2004, 01:15 AM   #10220
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yea what he said, i have a extra set of rs spring cups, if you need them. i'm using the rs springs with the short shocks on the rs shock towers. i had to use the long shock ends on the rear but the fronts were ok by just unscrewing the shock end a couple of turns. it works just fine. i know you left early but the last time at FW i lapped everyone but 2nd place in the main.
Dang, I always leave when it's gettin' good
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Old 10-23-2004, 01:27 AM   #10221
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how do you overcome oversteering problem ? everytime I squeeze the throttle too quick, the rear end of car will spin or slide sideways
what kind of setup/surface are you running?
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how do you overcome oversteering problem ? everytime I squeeze the throttle too quick, the rear end of car will spin or slide sideways
Try using softer rear springs, more front droop, less camber...
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Old 10-23-2004, 01:46 PM   #10223
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My track condition is asphalt road, little bit bumpy and dusty, and some of the asphalt's surface is not smooth. The temperature of track is 50+ degree celcius, so all drivers are using Sorex 40R - 24mm with medium insert.

Currently my setup:

Front: 60 weight oil with #2 piston, Tamiya Hard Spring Blue, 1mm roll bar, one way diff, 7mm ride height, 2 degree negative camber, 0 degree toe in, No droop screws

Rear: 40 weight oil with #2 piston, Tamiya Medium Spring Yellow, No roll bar, Ball differential with 60% tightness, 8.5mm ride height, 2 degree negative camber, 3 degree toe in, using droop screws to lower the ride height.

Tires: Sorex 40R with Soft insert all of them.

So, what do you think? my oversteering problem usually happen in tight corner and hair pin. As soon as I squeeze the gas, the car will slide sideways. Some says don't squeeze the gas too fast or too early, but I can't...... it's in my blood

Is it because I double the upper deck ?
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Old 10-23-2004, 03:12 PM   #10224
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Your set up seems just the sort of thing you should not have for that sort of track condition.

Try going lots softer in springing and damping for a start. Also 8 mil ground clearance seems more like rally car stuff.

There have been some good set ups posted here in the past. I'm sure you'll find one you like.

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Old 10-23-2004, 04:19 PM   #10225
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First don't use the droop screws to limit the ride height, this should only be done with the collars. by the way, why do you use tamiya springs ? Do you use the shocks aswell (if so what's wrong with the yokomo ?)

I'd say, even for a bumpy track 8.5mm is way too high on the rear, specially with the front being only 7mm, try lower the rear and for god sake, don't use the droop screws to set ride height.
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Old 10-23-2004, 09:06 PM   #10226
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My track condition is asphalt road, little bit bumpy and dusty, and some of the asphalt's surface is not smooth. The temperature of track is 50+ degree celcius, so all drivers are using Sorex 40R - 24mm with medium insert.

Currently my setup:

Front: 60 weight oil with #2 piston, Tamiya Hard Spring Blue, 1mm roll bar, one way diff, 7mm ride height, 2 degree negative camber, 0 degree toe in, No droop screws

Rear: 40 weight oil with #2 piston, Tamiya Medium Spring Yellow, No roll bar, Ball differential with 60% tightness, 8.5mm ride height, 2 degree negative camber, 3 degree toe in, using droop screws to lower the ride height.

Tires: Sorex 40R with Soft insert all of them.

So, what do you think? my oversteering problem usually happen in tight corner and hair pin. As soon as I squeeze the gas, the car will slide sideways. Some says don't squeeze the gas too fast or too early, but I can't...... it's in my blood

Is it because I double the upper deck ?
Uh...I think I can say with 99% accuracy that your problem is that you're using your droop screws to limit your rear ride height. the whole car being that high probably isn't helping either, try 5mm ride height front and rear. For setting your droop you want to be able to slowly lift the chassis from the ground and still have the arms lift up for 4-5 mm until the tires come off the ground. Try that and tell us how it worked.
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congrats to Alex on his TQ and win today on the rug.
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congrats to Alex on his TQ and win today on the rug.
was he running 19T or mod? anyway, put a close to that one week schumacher domination, eh?
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was he running 19T or mod? anyway, put a close to that one week schumacher domination, eh?
He was running mod and Mo is at the Paris race but Dujuan did a great job yesterday. Alex dumped right when he came over the line and Dujuan and E.J. got caught at the tone. One more second and Alex was in 3rd.....LOL The Schumacher is still the dominate car on the rug!!!!!!
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He was running mod and Mo is at the Paris race but Dujuan did a great job yesterday. Alex dumped right when he came over the line and Dujuan and E.J. got caught at the tone. One more second and Alex was in 3rd.....LOL The Schumacher is still the dominate car on the rug!!!!!!
or if E.J. and Dujuan were one second quicker they wouldn't of lost Just hope that lil Alex keeps running mod so you can move up one slot in 19T, actually two slots since I'm gone LOL
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