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Old 10-19-2006, 03:28 AM   #8221
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guys....one of the main diff. between the rrr and rrr evo is the shock...so i don think there will be too much difference, right...handling/performance...thanks
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if you have alot of traction you could try higher roll center, lower your shock positions(rear)
Also, you could try a softer rear spring, lighter shock oil, more negative camber.
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Old 10-19-2006, 06:18 PM   #8225
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Also, you could try a softer rear spring, lighter shock oil, more negative camber.
thanks i'm still waiting for my order of the softest rrr evo springs to arrive right now, i'm using the kyosho silver springs which is the softest spring that i used for my rrr wce. still, the rear end still no that planted on power
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[QUOTE=doki_doki]thanks i'm still waiting for my order of the softest rrr evo springs to arrive right now, i'm using the kyosho silver springs which is the softest spring that i used for my rrr wce. still, the rear end still no that planted on power [/QUOTE
Check your diff & what weight are you using
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Old 10-20-2006, 07:11 AM   #8227
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thanks i'm still waiting for my order of the softest rrr evo springs to arrive right now, i'm using the kyosho silver springs which is the softest spring that i used for my rrr wce. still, the rear end still no that planted on power
How much rear toe-in are you running? Also, what shock oil weight are you using?
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Old 10-20-2006, 07:14 AM   #8228
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thanks i'm still waiting for my order of the softest rrr evo springs to arrive right now, i'm using the kyosho silver springs which is the softest spring that i used for my rrr wce. still, the rear end still no that planted on power [/QUOTE
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Old 10-20-2006, 07:33 PM   #8229
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How much rear toe-in are you running? Also, what shock oil weight are you using?
front/rear
diff: 50,000wt/20,000wt
shock oil: 50wt/50wt
springs: blue/silver
shock position: 2nd/4th from bottom
toe: 1 deg out/2 deg in
camber: 1 deg/3 deg
swaybars: removed/removed
tires: 40/40
tracks: technical with fair grip (a bit bumpy)
ride height: 5.5/6.0
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front/rear
diff: 50,000wt/20,000wt
shock oil: 50wt/50wt
springs: blue/silver
shock position: 2nd/4th from bottom
toe: 1 deg out/2 deg in
camber: 1 deg/3 deg
swaybars: removed/removed
tires: 40/40
tracks: technical with fair grip (a bit bumpy)
ride height: 5.5/6.0
I think your front diff is too loose. Try running the solid or 100k.

Tires will solve the majority of handling problems. Have you tried 42F?
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Old 10-20-2006, 09:41 PM   #8231
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front/rear
diff: 50,000wt/20,000wt
shock oil: 50wt/50wt
springs: blue/silver
shock position: 2nd/4th from bottom
toe: 1 deg out/2 deg in
camber: 1 deg/3 deg
swaybars: removed/removed
tires: 40/40
tracks: technical with fair grip (a bit bumpy)
ride height: 5.5/6.0
-Reduce your rear diff oil to 10,000 wt., your shock oil to 60wt./40wt., rear shock position to 3rd from bottom, rear toe to 3 degrees toe-in, med.(black) rear swaybar (to control the roll better) 5.0 mm / 5.0 mm ride height. If, you haven't already, remove the spacer under the rear camber link and use the outer hole on the bulkhead mount. The car should be easy to drive but still very nimble.
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Old 10-21-2006, 01:26 AM   #8232
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..If, you haven't already, remove the spacer under the rear camber link and use the outer hole on the bulkhead mount. ...
hi all
a question on the above sentence. this is going to change the roll center? and will lower it or make it higher?

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Old 10-21-2006, 06:11 AM   #8233
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front/rear
diff: 50,000wt/20,000wt
shock oil: 50wt/50wt
springs: blue/silver
shock position: 2nd/4th from bottom
toe: 1 deg out/2 deg in
camber: 1 deg/3 deg
swaybars: removed/removed
tires: 40/40
tracks: technical with fair grip (a bit bumpy)
ride height: 5.5/6.0
Why aren't you using a front sway bar? You may have too much steering. If the rear can't hang, take some away from the front. I would also try 3 deg of toe-in in the rear.

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Old 10-21-2006, 06:18 AM   #8234
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hi all
a question on the above sentence. this is going to change the roll center? and will lower it or make it higher?

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Yes it does. I'm guessing here but I would say that it lowers the roll center.
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Old 10-21-2006, 07:14 AM   #8235
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It will lower your roll center, therefore increasing the distance between roll center and CG, allowing more weight transfer and ultimately more grip to the outside rear tire through a corner.
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