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  1. jkclifford
    17-06-2012
    jkclifford
    Thanksdor set up sheets Dave,
    Unfortunatky I have managed to delete them, could you please re send them, sorry for inconvenience. Better with tools than keyboards!!
  2. David Poulter
    02-03-2012
    David Poulter
    Drobec

    It is when the car is leaving the turn, the back of the car will either stay where it is and the car will push wide or the back will continue to rotate and this will cause the car to want to continue the turn rather than going straight.

    I find that with a lighter diff oil in the rear it makes the rear of the car move around a lot more in the turn. It felt like the car wanted to spin when i got on the power at the exit of the corner.

    I hope this makes more sence
  3. drobec
    02-03-2012
    drobec
    Hello David,
    can you please describe more closely what do you mean by "the more the car will want to square up on the exit of the turn". What exactly does it mean to square up? Oversteer, understeer? Sorry for asking such a dumb question but my english is not very good and google translate is not helping me in this case. Thanks for answer.

    Cheers, Drobec

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  • About David Poulter
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    Huntingdon
  • My RC's
    List of cars raced / owned
    Cars you currently race
    Durango DEX210
    Durango DEX410V3
    Area of RC interest
    10th Off Road
    Sticks or Wheel
    Sticks
    Local RC Track / Club
    EPR or Stotfold
    Favorite ever RC track or RC destination
    Vaasa, Finland
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    Schumacher Racing, Team Orion, RudeBits, Mr O Foams, Nuclear-RC, Puppy Paint

    2010 BRC F2 2wd Champion
    2011 South East 4wd Regional Champion
    2012 South East 4wd Regional Champion

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