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Old 03-10-2009, 03:27 PM   #1
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Unhappy Over steer problems

I run a TT-01, using it to drift.

It's current bone stock right now. But i run lock diffs front and back.

And the tt-01 oversteers alot! How do i fix this?

Thanks in advance.


Edit: I found out the front diffs got unlocked somehow. But the problem is still here, So do i need them semi locked?

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Old 03-10-2009, 03:40 PM   #2
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I run a TT-01, using it to drift.

It's current bone stock right now. But i run lock diffs front and back.

And the tt-01 oversteers alot! How do i fix this?

Thanks in advance.
oversteering is good for driftinf though.. make sure your rear tires aren't too worn in comparison with your front
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try unlock front diff. you only need lock rear diff. what kind motor and tires are you using? it is hard to drift with fast mod motors and abs pipe tires have no control.
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With diffs already locked.
Oversteer problem = loosen rear diff
Understeer problem = loosen front diff
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With diffs already locked.
Oversteer problem = loosen rear diff
Understeer problem = loosen front diff


100% sure?

Because phat boy says to unlock the front diffs....
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u can try use softer spring at rear to give ur rear alil more bite than front...
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u can try use softer spring at rear to give ur rear alil more bite than front...
For drift you want stiffer springs at the back.
And i loosened up the front diffs. Worked like a charm phat!
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