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Old 07-20-2011, 05:18 AM   #1
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Exclamation Cen CTR 5.0 wont go straight n brakes dnt work

hi i recently brought a cen ctr 5.0 it has been run in 4 tanks of fuel on idle and 2 tanks after that running a bit rich while i was driving it i noticed that the steering went to the left and the brakes didnt work they took atleast 2 metres to stop the car from 20kms i have made no adjustments besides the throttle and it didnt do this when i 1st got it out of the box any 1 know what to do to fix this problem?
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Old 07-20-2011, 08:52 AM   #2
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check that all of the wheels are spinning freely, at least enough to not think that something is slowing one axle down more than the other. If the suspension is adjustable, make sure they are equal and not making the car stand lop-sided. If you dont know how to make sure its right, you can check out how to setup a car and in there you should find out how to do it, at least enough so that it doesnt significantly affect the car.

For the brakes, you probably just need to adjust them so that they grab better, but not too much so that the brakes are dragging along the drivetrain while it is idling or on throttle. Hope this helps.
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