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Old 03-06-2013, 01:21 PM   #2894
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Originally Posted by Nathan Wilson View Post
When you say bump steer do you mean adding shims under the steering block arms? What gives what? I.e more shims = more steering etc
More shim is more steering. Per the manual:

RECOMMENDED BUMPSTEER SETTINGS:
Carpet - 1mm thick shim
Asphalt - 4mm thick shims (longer screw
must be used)
The number of shims changes the angles
of the steering linkage. When no shims are
used, the car is easy to drive into the corner.
As the number of shims is increased, in-corner
steering increases but the car becomes more
difficult to drive.
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