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Old 05-03-2019, 05:14 AM
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Prepa rain race for my 1wd racing side car in the first French National Championship, I Won this race:

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For Ilpo Koivisto of Finland you must make double spring steering like this:


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Old 06-09-2019, 08:11 AM
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When turning to the right, the side wheel and the rear wheel struggle with each other to determine the direction. When turning left, the load on the side wheel becomes lighter. The bike even comes off the ground. At the same time, the rear wheel tilts and is only partially caught on the road surface. The car spins easily. That's why, when turning right in the right side carriage, the rearman hangs on the right and tries to lighten the side wheel load and facilitate turning. When turning left, the rearman hangs on the left and prevents the wheel from tilting too much and the full width of the rear wheel on the road surface. My own bike doesn't have a moving man in the back. I try to build the car so that all the wheels are always firmly on the ground. I put an additional deck of 50-100 or even 150 g next to the side wheel. And the side wheel turn in the same direction as the front wheel. I am currently thinking and counting and estimating how much the side wheel should turn in relation to the front wheel. Lähetä palautetta
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My sidecar pictures: https://m.facebook.com/groups/553034128174034?refid=18&__tn__=C-R

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Old 06-09-2019, 08:23 AM
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Double spring steering like rc motobike.
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Originally Posted by Ilpo View Post
I am currently thinking and counting and estimating how much the side wheel should turn in relation to the front wheel. Lähetä palautetta
I say you in private message: no steering on side wheel. Just 1° in, but no more.
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Originally Posted by Ilpo View Post
Double spring steering like rc motobike.
I don't see double springs on your steering on your photos.
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Not yet. I read your message 2 hours ago.
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Old 06-09-2019, 09:02 AM
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First i test sidecar wix sidewheel toe. I dount faund good setup. Next test sidewheel steeringservo is mix frontwheel serbo.
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Originally Posted by Ilpo View Post
First i test sidecar wix sidewheel toe. I dount faund good setup. Next test sidewheel steeringservo is mix frontwheel serbo.
No servo on side wheel, it unbalances the chassis. Fix this wheel and try another setup.
Watch this vidéo, with y sidecar who won the French National Championship, no steering on side wheel:

the wheel side leaves the ground, the sidecar rises in the left turns, it is heard on the video, but it is controllable.
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Has anyone experienced the use of gyro in sidecar steering servo?
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Has anyone experienced the use of gyro in sidecar steering servo?
Yes, we have tried gyro before french national championship and gyro calm steering but it calms the direction but removes the fun side of the sidecar. a sidecar rc must react like a real one, ie leave to the left at the acceleration and leave to the right at the deceleration.
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new vidéo on small indoor carpet track, with 21.5t:

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