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Old 03-28-2002, 02:24 PM
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Hey, I was once in your shoes....there are no stupid questions!!!!!

Traction Roll. To much traction to the point of your car flipping over. Mostly a problem on carpet, but it can happen on any high traction surface.

Lifting the throttle is a GREAT way to get steering. Think of it as if you were in a real car. You go into a corner, your car starts to push, so you 'lift' the throttle (let up on it) and your car turns better. It's the say theory in R/C. If you go into a corner and your car starts to push, you lift the throttle a little bit to gain more steering. DON'T just take your finger off the throttle. This will cause a massive weight transfer to the front and is one of the biggest reasons you spin out.

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