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Old 08-18-2008, 07:40 PM   #1
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Default Kyosho RRR Setup Questions

Just a few generic questions:

1. To get more on power steering, where would you start making changes. Most affective to least affective.

2. The same with off power steering.

3. How does the optional front hubs in 1 degree and 2 degree affect the steering.


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It depends on the track,how much traction,for one i run out of the box setup,execpt i run the solid axel in the frt,with the 2degree knuckles with #12 servo saver.You can play round with the droop also,softer tires in the frt.like 38 frt 40 rear,or 40frt,42rear.I like the 2degree knuckles, good turn in real aggressive exit.You can try different shock oils also,for example 500wt frt,600wt rear,or 600frt,800wt rear that,s what i run, with dark blue springs frt,an rear.But just do 1 change at a time not all at once.hope this helps.
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Well, I dont know how to get steering for different on/off throttle. I just know that in my case, if I need more steering, I give more camber in the front, soften the front sway bar and harden the rear sway bar... Like they said, one at a time.
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Try droop settings if you hve locked frt, -1 frt ,3.5 rear droop ,2nd agian for tires depending on traction, an what tire brand you run practice with 37 frt 40rear or 40frt 42rear.
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Thanks for the replies.

Most of the time I use 40 frt, 42 rear Jaco Tires.
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