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Old 03-27-2013, 04:18 PM   #1951
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Originally Posted by RShockley View Post
Running the +0.75 hex in the rear will cause the rear to be looser. If you run the standard or even the -0.75 hex it will gain a little bit of rear traction and not feel so loose in the rear.
I did not notice much difference though. I run rear +.75 as well. I think it will be more pronounced if you move the rear hinge pins outside which changes roll center. I do this on my nitro cars as well. My xb9e I run +0 hubs (I can control the throttle much better on electric thats why) but the nitro xb9 has +2 and its a lot more stable cornering than the electric without the extra width.
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