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Old 07-26-2007, 05:50 PM   #1
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I was looking this setup over on the Tamiya website and on ebay and was wondering what experiences people have had with it. I never noticed many people running it, not even in practice. How does it make the car feel, and what situations have people tried it in?
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I have used it on my 415 and it worked well but I am not using it anymore as I have learnt to set my car up without adding heavy aluminium arms on the back. Some guys have found them to bend if you have a heavy crash.

My car had more grip out of corners. I could give it gas on corner exit without the rear end breaking traction which was helpful in a dusty carpark. Thats just my opinion
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Worked well on the rear of TA05R until I clipped a wall and slightly bent one of the arms.
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