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Old 09-20-2012, 11:38 AM   #1
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Lightbulb Losi 8ight t 2.0 adjustable hinge plates

I just recently purchased losi's adjustable hinge plates for my truggy. There were a few terms that were used. Anti-squat and Kick-up.

I understand that anti-squat is for the rear and Kick-up is for the front.

I have a few questions regarding these terms. 1st What does it change, when you change the degree of anti-squat? How is the car going to perform different based solely on anti-squat changes

2nd: Is kick-up the same as caster angle? if not, what is the difference between kick-up and caster? What happens to the cars handling when you change the degree of kick-up? What happens to the cars handling when you change the degree of caster?

I need all the knowledge I can get, thank you guys
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