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Old 11-10-2005, 03:23 AM   #4171
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Thankyou for the assistence with my overdrive questions... Whats the word on the street from Kyosho on an update prior to the World next year?

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Old 11-10-2005, 11:35 AM   #4172
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This is what happens to you when you drive a RRR very fast....

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Old 11-10-2005, 03:26 PM   #4173
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what's up Roy, yeah i never try running 24T..just want to try, i have quite few rear tires that i can't use because of the 2mm split. You ready for the fusion?
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Old 11-10-2005, 06:44 PM   #4174
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This is what happens to you when you drive a RRR very fast....

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Lol. I dont believe to those people who TALK talk TALK like that kind of words pal. U wish

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Old 11-12-2005, 12:37 AM   #4175
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What it get's dirty?
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Did you get any ticket? lol
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Old 11-13-2005, 05:57 PM   #4177
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Hi Guys,

What are good bodies for this car for a low grip high speed big track?

What would be best out of these:

CHRYSLER 300M
Dodge Stratus 3.1
CROWD PLEAZER TC
MAZDA 6
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My car has low speed oversteer and high speed understeer with a Opel Astra body at the moment.
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Old 11-13-2005, 06:47 PM   #4178
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Hi Guys,

What are good bodies for this car for a low grip high speed big track?

What would be best out of these:

CHRYSLER 300M
Dodge Stratus 3.1
CROWD PLEAZER TC
MAZDA 6
NEMESIS

My car has low speed oversteer and high speed understeer with a Opel Astra body at the moment.
Personally I think the Mazda 6 is the most stable body at high speed and gives good overall steering.
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Old 11-13-2005, 10:14 PM   #4179
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Hi Guys,

What are good bodies for this car for a low grip high speed big track?

What would be best out of these:

CHRYSLER 300M
Dodge Stratus 3.1
CROWD PLEAZER TC
MAZDA 6
NEMESIS

My car has low speed oversteer and high speed understeer with a Opel Astra body at the moment.
I recommend the Stratus 3.1 It's really stable and aggresive at the same time. The only situation where it isn't that great is HIGH bite in which case the Mazda is the best.
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Old 11-13-2005, 10:52 PM   #4180
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I recommend the Stratus 3.1 It's really stable and aggresive at the same time. The only situation where it isn't that great is HIGH bite in which case the Mazda is the best.
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Old 11-13-2005, 11:13 PM   #4181
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I will buy both

Thanks guys.


Oh while i am here, Is there any way to stop the rear end sliding all over the place at walking speed? At the start sitting on the grid just as i take off it slipes and slides all over the place. I sit there doing 180 spins But when its up to speed it feels fine. Mabey a little sideways through a hairpin but controllable. Understeer at high speed.

Rear camber is 3.5* and rear tow in is 3* with 37 rear tyres and 40 fronts. Gold springs in rear and black in front. Medium high roll center in rear and front and a short rear camber link. Top of shocks leaning all the way in on both ends of car. 30000 diff oil. Front one way.

Any ideas?

Thanks.
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I will buy both

Thanks guys.


Oh while i am here, Is there any way to stop the rear end sliding all over the place at walking speed? At the start sitting on the grid just as i take off it slipes and slides all over the place. I sit there doing 180 spins But when its up to speed it feels fine. Mabey a little sideways through a hairpin but controllable. Understeer at high speed.

Rear camber is 3.5* and rear tow in is 3* with 37 rear tyres and 40 fronts. Gold springs in rear and black in front. Medium high roll center in rear and front and a short rear camber link. Top of shocks leaning all the way in on both ends of car. 30000 diff oil. Front one way.

Any ideas?

Thanks.
Try:

1. Softer tires front and rear
2. Softer springs in the rear
3. take out the anti-sway bar in the rear
4. use softer diff oil
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Old 11-13-2005, 11:36 PM   #4183
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I will buy both

Thanks guys.


Oh while i am here, Is there any way to stop the rear end sliding all over the place at walking speed? At the start sitting on the grid just as i take off it slipes and slides all over the place. I sit there doing 180 spins But when its up to speed it feels fine. Mabey a little sideways through a hairpin but controllable. Understeer at high speed.

Rear camber is 3.5* and rear tow in is 3* with 37 rear tyres and 40 fronts. Gold springs in rear and black in front. Medium high roll center in rear and front and a short rear camber link. Top of shocks leaning all the way in on both ends of car. 30000 diff oil. Front one way.

Any ideas?

Thanks.
Tho I dont have a RRR, but to my understanding, your camber and toe in settings seem a little too aggressive for the track you are running. Unless its super high bite surface, or else too much toe-in can cause unstable action during take-off and low-speed movement, like the cases you described. You can also check the rear sway bar setting. Hope this may help.
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Old 11-14-2005, 12:42 AM   #4184
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Below is the new K Factory part for the V1RRR.



Link: http://www.kfactoryracing.com
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Below is the new K Factory part for the V1RRR.



Link: http://www.kfactoryracing.com
I saw that already http://www.kfactoryracing.com/prolis...01120805-97109
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