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Old 12-05-2008, 09:17 PM
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Roll Center are basically the point at which the front and rear of the chassis rolls. It is affected by suspension geometry. When the chassis rolls it shifts weight to the outer wheel and helps that wheels traction by putting more weight to that wheel. You adjust this with your camber links in the rear and changing you kick up in the front depending on you suspensions design.

More rear roll will give you more corner traction and corner steering.

I use the rear link more than the front on my RC8 due to the fact the front doesn't have links. Hope this helps.
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