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Old 02-25-2007, 05:08 PM   #1
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What is the different with 10,11,12 ackerman for the V One RRR
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What is the different with 10,11,12 ackerman for the V One RRR
from my expierence, the more aggressive the steering is with using 12 ackerman. 11 is a neutral starting point
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from my expierence, the more aggressive the steering is with using 12 ackerman. 11 is a neutral starting point
I think it is the other way around... It is recommended to change to #10 ackerman for technical tracks and #12 for large flowing tracks. #11 is midway between #10 and #12...
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I think it is the other way around... It is recommended to change to #10 ackerman for technical tracks and #12 for large flowing tracks. #11 is midway between #10 and #12...
Correct. You get tighter steering with the 10 and the 12 gives less steering.
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I think it is the other way around... It is recommended to change to #10 ackerman for technical tracks and #12 for large flowing tracks. #11 is midway between #10 and #12...
oh, your right its the other way around. thanks
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Correct. You get tighter steering with the 10 and the 12 gives less steering.
Right now I'm using the #10 ackerman and it has lots of steering. Our track is more of a technical one so that really helped me
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oh, your right its the other way around. thanks
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