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Old 02-23-2004, 12:58 AM   #1
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Wink Torque Steer ??trouble

I am having trouble with torque steer with my TA 04 R chassis

coz when im going slow it goes straight ...But when i use full throttle i start to veer to the right ..!!

an it starting to get annoying ...can anyone give me advice on wat i can do to fix this problem ........
as u can see im all new to this so any help will b welcome ...!!
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Old 02-23-2004, 01:50 AM   #2
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* Check all your bears are free.
* Check your droop settings.
* Make sure your right side shocks are the same length as the ones on the left side for each end of the car.
* Check your front toe settings and also make sure you don't have any bent pins that are hampering suspension movement.
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Old 02-23-2004, 03:19 AM   #3
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Also...

- Check the chassis is straight (the top deck could have been screwed on out of line, twisting the car)
- Check that the steering assembly isn't excessively loose or sloppy.

Furthermore, I have a little guide to setting tweak on my website here. It's for a Yokomo SD, but the principles for setting the suspension are the same. It may help.
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check for binding in the wheel bearings. and drive line.. also chk ball cups if worn they will cause servo not to center with the steering .. chk shocks . you might have a dead shock on one side of your car and make sure you car is tweaked correctly...
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