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Old 04-28-2003, 02:51 AM   #61
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on the front for camber u rote 1 block in front.
i think u have the caster and camber mixed up

and u never gave a measurement for camber at all.

and in degrees for the caster it would b eithre 8 dgree or 10 degree depending if its a big or little block.
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Old 04-28-2003, 04:14 AM   #62
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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)

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Camber 1 blok in front ( Not sure of that on degree)

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why only 1degree toe in on rear 2/3 is a minimum.
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Old 04-28-2003, 04:17 AM   #63
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yes with his problem and not liking tail slide, i'd run 2.5 toe in on the rear.
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i run 3 to 3.5 depends on track conditions
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Old 04-28-2003, 04:30 AM   #65
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I run on my S 1 toe in all the time, and it only just looses traction when i give it full power, and then its understeering.
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Old 05-01-2003, 06:28 PM   #66
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Yea... it is correct it is a mistake there - my toe in rear is 2. Understeer and Oversteer is it also can be effected by how you punching the trigger? Meaning during cornering - sharp 180 corner punching trigger frequently seem make the car about to spin but in the way sharp cornering -Oversteer
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Old 05-02-2003, 01:59 AM   #67
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Dont know what it is. But the car is just perfect for me to drive.
Give it full throttle mid corner, and it just understeers a bit there, going to try and correct it next meet.
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Red face How to reduce oversteer on exiting corner with power

Sometime now I do have problem oversteer on exiting a corner with power. What are the tweak that I should check?
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Sometime now I do have problem oversteer on exiting a corner with power. What are the tweak that I should check?
Add a little of Camber to the front wheels, beware it modifies too the entering into a turn.
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add some front droop.
more front droop = more under steer on power
less front droop = more over steer on power.
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add some front droop.
more front droop = more under steer on power
less front droop = more over steer on power.
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I might add that you could have an overall traction problem and need to go to a softer compound tire. Otherwise try 'V-ONE-S's suggestion.
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Thanks guys,
Yes I will check that up this afternoon. V-OneS give a simple equation there
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if you go into the V-One S thread, on about page 96, there is a file by Squizzy Taylor there, it explains all the uses of droop and what it affects where.
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if you go into the V-One S thread, on about page 96, there is a file by Squizzy Taylor there, it explains all the uses of droop and what it affects where.
Thanks V-One S, actually it is on page 97 and it direct to this attachment by Squizzy Taylor http://www.rctech.net/forum/attachme...&postid=357223
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yes thats the one i meant

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