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Old 09-30-2013, 05:49 PM   #9406
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you can change the thickness of the lateral damper , and/or the lateral springs for something harder.
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Old 09-30-2013, 06:01 PM   #9407
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F1 Tuning.

Other than inner camber links how do you adjust the rotation of the car? My car seems like on corner entry all the weight is going to the front wheels and it's pivoting on the front as opposed to turning smoothly through the corner.

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I had this issue too. Experimenting with the position of the steering links (ie: moving the servo or using different holes on the upright) worked well for me. Probably ackermann
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F1 Tuning.

Other than inner camber links how do you adjust the rotation of the car? My car seems like on corner entry all the weight is going to the front wheels and it's pivoting on the front as opposed to turning smoothly through the corner.

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I'm still a novice with pan cars, but... reduce the pod droop? You basically want less weight transfer to the front, so, if the pod can't droop more weight should stay on the rear tires, I would think.
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Old 09-30-2013, 08:35 PM   #9409
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F1 Tuning.

Other than inner camber links how do you adjust the rotation of the car? My car seems like on corner entry all the weight is going to the front wheels and it's pivoting on the front as opposed to turning smoothly through the corner.

RobK? :P
Reduce shock length (droop)
Remove spacers from steering rack ballstuds
Thicker lube in side damper
heavier front spring
reduce camber
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Old 10-03-2013, 09:04 AM   #9410
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I had this issue too. Experimenting with the position of the steering links (ie: moving the servo or using different holes on the upright) worked well for me. Probably ackermann
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I'm still a novice with pan cars, but... reduce the pod droop? You basically want less weight transfer to the front, so, if the pod can't droop more weight should stay on the rear tires, I would think.
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Reduce shock length (droop)
Remove spacers from steering rack ballstuds
Thicker lube in side damper
heavier front spring
reduce camber

thanks for the tips. I will test these next time out.

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Old 10-04-2013, 04:42 AM   #9411
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New F1 in the pit.
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New F1 in the pit.
Looks nice! Which body is that?
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Old 10-04-2013, 10:05 AM   #9413
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My guess is speedpassion cause the nose it cut
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Hmm.....
the helmet on the sidepod makes me wonder if it would be legal (at least for ONE event) to permanently mount the helmet there. I don't think the general rules say that the helmet has to be attached to the driver's torso!
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Old 10-04-2013, 01:59 PM   #9415
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the helmet on the sidepod makes me wonder if it would be legal (at least for ONE event) to permanently mount the helmet there. I don't think the general rules say that the helmet has to be attached to the driver's torso!
I don't see the point of that....unless it was R2D2.
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Old 10-04-2013, 03:56 PM   #9416
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Yes it is a SPEED PASSION F-68 Body

LMAO R2D2 Like Mark Webber we got repremanded for giving R2 a lift lol

It is the first Mercedes I've done to date, the decal kit is last years model no black berry sponsorship, If I do another one it will be better next time around.
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I'm trying to get into F1 scene but can't decide between the two chassis SP-1 or F113 by 3Racing. I like to drive the "black sheep" variety as you can see from my signature and prove guys wrong. I'm being cocky to begin with. I think it's just adding the extra TLC and know how. Basically I like to race with the underdog type chassis and see what happens. I've seen the f103's and f104's. Just too many people using the same chassis. I like the extra variety. If I've confused you guys it's just I can't explain my logically to some to make sense. Thanks.
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If you want a top-shelf car that is an underdog in the US, check out the WRC F180. Brad sells them at F1Paintlab. Many F103/104 parts are interchangeable, but it still retains that Italian flair.

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I'm trying to get into F1 scene but can't decide between the two chassis SP-1 or F113 by 3Racing. I like to drive the "black sheep" variety as you can see from my signature and prove guys wrong. I'm being cocky to begin with. I think it's just adding the extra TLC and know how. Basically I like to race with the underdog type chassis and see what happens. I've seen the f103's and f104's. Just too many people using the same chassis. I like the extra variety. If I've confused you guys it's just I can't explain my logically to some to make sense. Thanks.
Does your track have F1 width rules?
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Ok, we race f1 rubber. Which is the one to get? Price doesn't matter. Mainly looking for reliability and part support.
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