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Old 11-26-2007, 11:43 PM   #1
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Default on power steering!!!

i recently own a losi 8 buggy but i kinda dont like the fact that you really keep on the throttle while steering , its more of the point and shoot steering , so iam trying to get some feedback on what people think is the best buggy for my on power steering which is more my style of driving, which is a little more aggressive !!! need some feedback!!!!
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Red face Wow....

Seems there is a contradiction here. If you are more aggressive then how do you drive? You say you like onpower steering but you dont like the buggy due to your staying in the throttle while steering???

Do you like point and shoot?

Hit the brakes and rotate?

Do you like steering or rotation more?

Every top level buggy can be set up for this or any other thing.

Just need to be clear to help. Track type? Problem areas? Surface? Tirs the fast guys run?

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Old 11-27-2007, 07:02 AM   #3
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agreed, you can change the setup to suit your driving style.. every car has that option.. some less than others, and some are designed to be a certain way.. are you more unhappy with the car, than a certain other brand?
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Aggressive = CEN Matrix = headrushhobbies.com
go really fast and turn left....
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