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Old 10-17-2008, 08:28 PM   #31
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Did you try loosing the lugnuts on the left side?.. my tc4 would do that when they were too tight idk y. Or try Cleaning the bearings too
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Old 10-17-2008, 09:20 PM   #32
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Hey... I would recommend checking your bearings, most likely you have a bearing that is binding at some point, the only time I had a car pull to one side is when I had a bad bearing!!. I would also make sure your servo saver is not too loose...

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i was getting a pull to the right on my losi under hard acceleration. any other circumstance and it would track perfectly straight.

it was my droop settings in the front being ever so slightly off from side to side.
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guys-this has been solved=upper deck screws too tight was the problem--this causes the chassis to tweak
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guys-this has been solved=upper deck screws too tight was the problem--this causes the chassis to tweak
Good to hear you got it sorted out
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Hay .....Were not done helping you yet
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