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Old 11-17-2012, 08:09 AM   #1
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Post Drifting Technices and Grip Technices


Set Shocks Soft=Front/Stiff=Rear, Dampers=Thick, Front Sways Hard/Rear Soft to Wobble up_down when applying Brake. Get the most Wobble to the understeer + Front Camber.

Wobble Drift = Front and rear want to swing out. Like in water moving down and up. Where does this setup not wanna work now? Pinions/Spur Gears will produce a heck lot of damn oversteer ending its turn and in a Grip Corner Vehicle!!!! Remove all that by using even #'d Pinions/Spurs!!!! Add some Drift Tires there too.


Use even #'d Rim Spokes/Pinions/Spurs/Ball Diff Balls/Ride Height/Camber/Toe/Steering Angle millimeters settings!

Copy tha' Spur/Pinion top from above this. Try an odd Spur with a even Pinion Gear, then flip them even/odd, then both even #'d. You will look for a huge amount of curvature gone in hard braking. The even Pinion and Spurs will not do this.

Uphill can make the Vehicle turn inwards sharpley with the same oversteering. If you reverse the Dampers it will remove that on uphill climbs. If its true, flip the Dampers Rear/Front. The Car will also be effected like this on a flat surface, compare going uphill again and sliding completely inside stopping without understeer, reverse the Front/Rear Dampers and you'll see that you are actually driving a uphill battle on a normal surface.

More Toe-In rear, the more Steering Angle lost producing rear tires to slide and skreetch. You have to set Front Toe to 0 while still compressed. Decompressed will have a Toe-out on the front tire. = ME.

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