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Old 01-26-2011, 08:58 PM   #1
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Default Sakura Zero S, Ackerman adjusting.

Hey guys, sorry if this has been covered before.

I have a Sakura Zero S, which I am currently using for drifting until I get a new motor for racing, and as such I need to get as close to 0 Ackerman angle as possible. Is there any way of adjusting it to as close to zero as possible or any mods out there?

I'm currently using about 5 degrees of toe-in and the steering arms are in the closest hole to the chassis on the c-hub arm. That reduces the Ackerman significantly but decreases steering lock angle hugely.

Thanks in advance guys.
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