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Old 08-17-2011, 08:44 PM   #1
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Is it common for 1/8 scale electric on road cars to turn under hard breaking conditions? I get the car about half throttle and I brake hard and the back end slides out Help!!!!
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This is typical of any 1/8 onroad cars since the car only brakes using the rear wheels. The front wheels just freewheel due to the oneway axle.
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Thanks Thunderbt3, so are there any modifications I can do to reduce this?
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Thanks Thunderbt3, so are there any modifications I can do to reduce this?
no you just need to have little brakes to slow down, not stop suddenly.

Also you start a new thread every time you want to ask a question. why not keep it all in the 966E thread so all the info is in one place ?
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Pattojnr....lol. I'm still learning how to use this forum, but thanks for all your help.
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