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Old 04-10-2013, 02:48 AM   #16
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And that reason is?
I honestly don't know. (speculation: I think serpent is too good for the track haha (What a sore loosers - if that is true)).
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I think that's about it!
The track is very open, with enough run of area.

I'm not a 10th scale driver, so traction roll is not something I'm used to.
But I would say go a step harder in your spring choice, instead of softer.... And harder tyres will help also, more camber.....
thanks! Jules also told me this in the 747 thread.i will report back in the 747 thread on the outcome of these set up changes,on april 17
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Old 04-11-2013, 11:36 AM   #18
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How did the thread started 977 to 747? Anyway, what engine you decided on?
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