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Old 02-09-2005, 06:46 PM   #1
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ok my cousin and i are going to a race this saturday. But the thing is my cousin's car can't stop drifting. Its a tl-01 with a stock motor with foam tires.
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your best bet is to try and lower the car1 and if it drifts alot the the front is grabbing more then the back. try and swop front with back. tires that is
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ok my cousin and i are going to a race this saturday. But the thing is my cousin's car can't stop drifting. Its a tl-01 with a stock motor with foam tires.
I have not seen a tl 01 but I am assuming their is not much tuning allowed?
The only thing I could think of is to soften the rear. Springs etc.. The softer the rear is the better traction it will have. It doesn't have oil filled shocks does it?
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