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Old 01-18-2012, 02:41 AM   #3256
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I thought the soft weave chassis only fitted the CX and not the LP??
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Old 01-18-2012, 02:57 AM   #3257
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My LP and CX only differ in the LP has soft chassis, twin steer and HPI pink springs (CX silvers). The CX feels to have more responsive and accurate steering, which difference would be making that most so?

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The rollcenter and springs/damping makes the big difference for response in the car. If the CX is more responsive, it's because of a higher rollcenter, the wishbones are higher up relative to the chassi vs the LP, the HPI silver springs are a bit softer than the Pinks, and will let the CX have a little more steering due to more weighttransfer to the frontwheels. Is the trackwidth the same between the two cars front and rear ?
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Old 01-18-2012, 03:39 AM   #3258
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I thought the soft weave chassis only fitted the CX and not the LP??
Nope, switched to a CX soft weave chassis on my LP a few weeks ago.
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Old 01-18-2012, 04:21 AM   #3259
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The rollcenter and springs/damping makes the big difference for response in the car. If the CX is more responsive, it's because of a higher rollcenter, the wishbones are higher up relative to the chassi vs the LP, the HPI silver springs are a bit softer than the Pinks, and will let the CX have a little more steering due to more weighttransfer to the frontwheels. Is the trackwidth the same between the two cars front and rear ?
Yes, currently it is only the springs, steering and chassis that are different. Thank for the info, I have started thinking again.
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Old 01-18-2012, 12:20 PM   #3260
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Im running a cx softweave chassis on my original mi4. Gave me alot more steering and when i put the thicker top deck on (not the full length one) its now handling the best it ever has
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Old 01-18-2012, 04:54 PM   #3261
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Sorry for dumb question. I have an 8.5 viper that i am gonna run in car. I have a 90,96,106 spur 64p. What is a starting point for a pinion gear? I tried searching with no luck.
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Old 01-18-2012, 07:07 PM   #3262
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Sorry for dumb question. I have an 8.5 viper that i am gonna run in car. I have a 90,96,106 spur 64p. What is a starting point for a pinion gear? I tried searching with no luck.
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Old 01-21-2012, 01:09 AM   #3263
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I saw on the side ETS Italy the new version of MI4CXL
So I was a bit disappointed. The platform MI4 it alrady since 2009.
I had thought that schumacher brings new car.
The chassis features a new chassis plate. Wihch was already tested in summer in England. The Sway Bar is new. And there´s a new steering was also long been known.The chassis is not a further development of more shame...
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Old 01-21-2012, 02:06 AM   #3264
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seems this will be my next chassis in about 6 months. Just got the MiOne.
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Old 01-21-2012, 08:58 AM   #3265
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Im glad to see the Mi4CXL isn't a whole new car.
The Mi4 line is already very capable and parts are readily available.
Schumacher has just put all the little test parts into a single package.
They did not need to reinvent the wheel, just refine what you have already developed.

Next season when I upgrade from my LP's I will still have alot of spares that will work.
Thank you Schumacher.
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Old 01-21-2012, 03:36 PM   #3266
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Im glad to see the Mi4CXL isn't a whole new car.
The Mi4 line is already very capable and parts are readily available.
Schumacher has just put all the little test parts into a single package.
They did not need to reinvent the wheel, just refine what you have already developed.

Next season when I upgrade from my LP's I will still have alot of spares that will work.
Thank you Schumacher.
Totally agree with that. Why would anyone want a total new design and waste the years refining whats already there?
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Old 01-22-2012, 03:47 PM   #3267
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can anyone help with a handling problem i cant seem to solve.
I have problems with lift off oversteer and its annoying me as i cant seem to shift it. Setup is Currently.

Mi4 with CX softweave chassis, 3mm top deck, CX front and rear driveshafts, CX Spool, CX spec R gear diff, Tamiya TRF shocks.

2* front camber
1* Rear camber
3* rear toe in
0.5* front toe in
White Schuie springs all round
40wt shock oil all round
2 hole pistons all round
Shocks in middle hole on shock tower front and rear
Droop 4 front 6 rear
Flipped transmission
100wt diff oil
Any ideas, I have played with droop and shock position but it isnt helping.

Thanks
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can anyone help with a handling problem i cant seem to solve.
I have problems with lift off oversteer and its annoying me as i cant seem to shift it. Setup is Currently.

Mi4 with CX softweave chassis, 3mm top deck, CX front and rear driveshafts, CX Spool, CX spec R gear diff, Tamiya TRF shocks.

2* front camber
1* Rear camber
3* rear toe in
0.5* front toe in
White Schuie springs all round
40wt shock oil all round
2 hole pistons all round
Shocks in middle hole on shock tower front and rear
Droop 4 front 6 rear
Flipped transmission
100wt diff oil
Any ideas, I have played with droop and shock position but it isnt helping.

Thanks
I reviewed your setup and I think I found your problem:Tamiya TRF shocks.

Kidding aside, Im sorry I just dont know enough about car handling to even have guess.
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Old 01-22-2012, 07:42 PM   #3269
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can anyone help with a handling problem i cant seem to solve.
I have problems with lift off oversteer and its annoying me as i cant seem to shift it. Setup is Currently.

Mi4 with CX softweave chassis, 3mm top deck, CX front and rear driveshafts, CX Spool, CX spec R gear diff, Tamiya TRF shocks.

2* front camber
1* Rear camber
3* rear toe in
0.5* front toe in
White Schuie springs all round
40wt shock oil all round
2 hole pistons all round
Shocks in middle hole on shock tower front and rear
Droop 4 front 6 rear
Flipped transmission
100wt diff oil
Any ideas, I have played with droop and shock position but it isnt helping.

Thanks
On your droop settings, is this a downstop number?

Also, the white all-around combo is something I tried extensively with this car when I ran it. Most times I would end up going back to my go to springs of Xray 3.0F/2.6R, or BlueF/WhiteR. The white spring made the car roll way too much in the front end, creating off power oversteer.

Your camber settings could also contribute. Honestly though, I think we could help a lot more if you posted a complete setup sheet. Just gives us a little more insight.
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On your droop settings, is this a downstop number?

Also, the white all-around combo is something I tried extensively with this car when I ran it. Most times I would end up going back to my go to springs of Xray 3.0F/2.6R, or BlueF/WhiteR. The white spring made the car roll way too much in the front end, creating off power oversteer.

Your camber settings could also contribute. Honestly though, I think we could help a lot more if you posted a complete setup sheet. Just gives us a little more insight.
id start by getting rid of the 2 hole pistons,,,go to 3 instead,,,then, the next thing i would do is drop the shock oil from 40 wt to 35 wt all around
your springs are fine.....depending on your tires, id start the camber at 1 1/2 degrees front and rear
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