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Old 04-20-2003, 08:23 PM   #46
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Default Handling - One Way

Now my car installed with oneway. Theoriticly what I understand is the oneway will have auto brake by itself and if I apply brake on power the car will intend to spin!

So I let it rolling by itself entering the corner. But what happen is if I full throttle on staright line than off power ( because want to entering corner) instead of rolling the car is tend to oversteer, spin to right clockwise! Seem like the oneway bearing lock by itself make an a break and make the car spin!

One thing - if i full throttle and than release (off power) on straight line at the end the car tend to turn right or spin right! Is it due to my setup! Again! What happen?
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One thing - if i full throttle and than release (off power) on straight line at the end the car tend to turn right or spin right! Is it due to my setup! Again! What happen?
If you get a car that leans to a side when you release thottle is due to a fact you have something not ok on your car, could be the rear toe-in (more toe-in in one side), a stiffer spring or if you run foams, a larger foam tyre in one side. Generally if your car leans to the right is at left side the problem.

Much probably you don't have completely straight your steering and this causes the off power leaning to a side. Check it.
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Now my car installed with oneway. Theoriticly what I understand is the oneway will have auto brake by itself and if I apply brake on power the car will intend to spin!

So I let it rolling by itself entering the corner. But what happen is if I full throttle on staright line than off power ( because want to entering corner) instead of rolling the car is tend to oversteer, spin to right clockwise! Seem like the oneway bearing lock by itself make an a break and make the car spin!

One thing - if i full throttle and than release (off power) on straight line at the end the car tend to turn right or spin right! Is it due to my setup! Again! What happen?
did you use a set up system to make sure the car is square!!
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Old 04-21-2003, 08:40 PM   #49
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Default Setup Station

Yes and No...
I did setup my car with intergy setup station. But it turn to be mess up once I adjust it manually on the track once I saw it swaying. I adjust it by objective to make it run straight on track without really sure on how many degree! That stupid isn't it!
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Yes it is stupid.
another thing could be rong is if u have a bit of drag on the brakes with the one way and slight off centre set up on steering,
or u could have a bad bearing in the Front Right if puling right, or rear Right if still pulling to the right, just pull the bearings from around the diff and turnbuckle and chek the friction in them, and replace accordingly, or rebuild.
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Old 04-23-2003, 02:54 AM   #51
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Talking Ichi hand- to touch in on track!

Yup!... Sometime fell give up with this oversteering problem that keep on occuring and you not really sure where when wrong.!
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Well when all of your settings have run out, pull it apart and chek the bearings.
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Is your brake set up to drag when at no throttle?

Also, u could try when it starts to spin, just blip the throttle slightly to pull the back end out of the slide.
But make sure that both sides of your car are equal.
like rear toe is the same on each side, same with camber
on front check that left and right have same setup, then chek the rear left to right has same setup
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i got the same thing, un available
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I might me wrong. I try to correct it later on. Sorry guys
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What is your rear camber?
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Old 04-28-2003, 01:26 AM   #60
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Default My problem solved

Hello everybody.. I believe that my Overster problem is solved now. What i did is setup my alignment right and then abit particular with my tires selection.

My Setup for last weekend race is:-
Car Model = Kyosho V1RR + Mugen MTX3 rear upright (M1RR - Manticore/AMGracer version)

Front
Toe out 1
Diff oil 10K
Sway Bar 45
Shock oil 40wt
Tires-Sorex Tire 40R
Medium Soft Insert
Caster 1 blok in front ( Not sure of that on degree)
Camber 1

Rear
Toe in 2
Diff oil 7K
No sway bar used
Shock Oil 30wt
Tires-Sorex Tire 40R
Soft Insert
Camber 2

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