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Old 05-19-2010, 09:31 PM
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Originally Posted by PintuJamban
bwk mie gi urut...setellllllll

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Old 05-19-2010, 09:33 PM
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huhuhusedih2 gurau gurawan jd lawan...
ok bro2 tq..semua tukar cita setting keta lgi baik
peace n harmony.....abg aziz duit sentex lupa bayar lorr
nanti jumpa sy kasi k
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Old 05-19-2010, 09:38 PM
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Originally Posted by HuruHara
Tgamak ka nak manja2 dgn mie tuuuuu.....tgok misai pun dah serammmmmm...
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Old 05-19-2010, 09:39 PM
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Originally Posted by ABGDjr
huhuhusedih2 gurau gurawan jd lawan...
ok bro2 tq..semua tukar cita setting keta lgi baik
peace n harmony.....abg aziz duit sentex lupa bayar lorr
nanti jumpa sy kasi k
No. hal.... bro.... anytime...
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aku pulak yg jd topik ni...apa2 hal lg baik dr topik tadu tu...
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Old 05-19-2010, 09:40 PM
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cobra 811 clean sweeps at USA race termasuk TQ
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ok guy,

For serpent driver or ex-serpent driver. Please share some knowledge about roll center insert for 733 car. I think most newbies still asking what is function about.

Please comment and advice yr exprience..
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Old 05-19-2010, 09:57 PM
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Originally Posted by Mie3R
cobra 811 clean sweeps at USA race termasuk TQ
bile lah ulor terbang nih nk sampai KL kn.. huehehe..
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Old 05-19-2010, 10:01 PM
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Originally Posted by xxafiquexx
bile lah ulor terbang nih nk sampai KL kn.. huehehe..
tk lama dh tu.. demo kit akn smp dulu dengar citenye..
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Originally Posted by zizgp
ok guy,

For serpent driver or ex-serpent driver. Please share some knowledge about roll center insert for 733 car. I think most newbies still asking what is function about.

Please comment and advice yr exprience..
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The position of the roll axis relative to the cars CG tells a lot about the cornering power of the car; it predicts how the car will react when taking a turn. If the roll axis is angled down towards the front, the front will roll deeper into its suspension travel than the rear, giving the car a 'nose down' attitude in the corner. Because the rear roll moment is small relative to the front, the rear won't roll very far; hence the chassis will stay close to ride height. Note that with a car with very little negative suspension travel (droop) the chassis will drop more efficiently when the car leans over. With the nose of the car low and the back up high, a bigger percentage of the cars weight will be supported by the front tires, more tire pressure means more grip, so the car will have a lot of grip in the front, making it oversteer. A roll axis that is angled down towards the rear will promote understeer. Remember that the position of the roll centers is a dynamic condition , so the roll axis can actually tilt when the car goes through bumps or takes a corner, so it's possible for a car to understeer when entering the corner, when chassis roll is less pronounced, and oversteer in the middle of the corner because the front RC has dropped down a lot. This example illustrates how roll center characteristics can be used to tune a car to meet specific handling requests, from either the driver or the track.
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Originally Posted by Black niNja
The position of the roll axis relative to the cars CG tells a lot about the cornering power of the car; it predicts how the car will react when taking a turn. If the roll axis is angled down towards the front, the front will roll deeper into its suspension travel than the rear, giving the car a 'nose down' attitude in the corner. Because the rear roll moment is small relative to the front, the rear won't roll very far; hence the chassis will stay close to ride height. Note that with a car with very little negative suspension travel (droop) the chassis will drop more efficiently when the car leans over. With the nose of the car low and the back up high, a bigger percentage of the cars weight will be supported by the front tires, more tire pressure means more grip, so the car will have a lot of grip in the front, making it oversteer. A roll axis that is angled down towards the rear will promote understeer. Remember that the position of the roll centers is a dynamic condition , so the roll axis can actually tilt when the car goes through bumps or takes a corner, so it's possible for a car to understeer when entering the corner, when chassis roll is less pronounced, and oversteer in the middle of the corner because the front RC has dropped down a lot. This example illustrates how roll center characteristics can be used to tune a car to meet specific handling requests, from either the driver or the track.
fuh.. panjang nyer berdialog.. ape kaba tuan pengerusi mesyuarat? sehat? hehe..
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Old 05-19-2010, 10:18 PM
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Originally Posted by xxafiquexx
fuh.. panjang nyer berdialog.. ape kaba tuan pengerusi mesyuarat? sehat? hehe..
Salam Bro, kawan sehat sokmo deh….bro berapi ko angin ngan Didi (bdk hampeh) bawa bersabor bro
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Originally Posted by Black niNja
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The position of the roll axis relative to the cars CG tells a lot about the cornering power of the car; it predicts how the car will react when taking a turn. If the roll axis is angled down towards the front, the front will roll deeper into its suspension travel than the rear, giving the car a 'nose down' attitude in the corner. Because the rear roll moment is small relative to the front, the rear won't roll very far; hence the chassis will stay close to ride height. Note that with a car with very little negative suspension travel (droop) the chassis will drop more efficiently when the car leans over. With the nose of the car low and the back up high, a bigger percentage of the cars weight will be supported by the front tires, more tire pressure means more grip, so the car will have a lot of grip in the front, making it oversteer. A roll axis that is angled down towards the rear will promote understeer. Remember that the position of the roll centers is a dynamic condition , so the roll axis can actually tilt when the car goes through bumps or takes a corner, so it's possible for a car to understeer when entering the corner, when chassis roll is less pronounced, and oversteer in the middle of the corner because the front RC has dropped down a lot. This example illustrates how roll center characteristics can be used to tune a car to meet specific handling requests, from either the driver or the track.
good info...

Other driver... please comment if u have it. and we can share some setting about it..
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Old 05-19-2010, 10:27 PM
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apahal lak niiiih......aku niiih..... ke sana...ke mari.....tak berpeluang untuk tonjolkan kehebatan......... aku tunggu mizan laju sikit jer lagi....baru aku main!
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Originally Posted by Shuhakimi
apahal lak niiiih......aku niiih..... ke sana...ke mari.....tak berpeluang untuk tonjolkan kehebatan......... aku tunggu mizan laju sikit jer lagi....baru aku main!
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