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Old 03-07-2013, 03:23 PM   #16
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If the front is sliding, wouldn't you want to loosen the front up a bit or stiffen the rear?

This is how I always understood it, rule of thumb (never guaranteed), and XXX Main explains that...
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Sure move this to the RC Crew Chief thread.
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It'll be interesting what the Sweep people tell each one that writes in...
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If the front is sliding, wouldn't you want to loosen the front up a bit or stiffen the rear?

This is how I always understood it, rule of thumb (never guaranteed), and XXX Main explains that...
when understeering yes. This ins't an understeer as described in post 1. It's an oversteer. Excessive oversteer.
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when understeering yes. This ins't an understeer as described in post 1. It's an oversteer. Excessive oversteer.
I just re-read it and thought very hard.

I was right just backwards lol
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