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Old 26-08-2016
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Default B6 kit setup, need more mid to exit

Took the car for its first outing, racing on dry astro. Car is on the kit setup and currently no extra parts apart from the rear hanger.

The circuit is smooth, high grip and a number small to mid sized jumps. The car was great, jumped well, landed well, great initial turn in but really lacked mid to exit steering. Any ideas what I can do to keep the initial turn in but increase mid to exit steering?

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add a front wing
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What tyres you using
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Old 27-08-2016
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Default B6 runners

Me and dobbers both run b6's at same club. We both run yellow cut staggers at the front.
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Add brass bulkhead, add servo and electronics weight...
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Old 29-08-2016
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Lengthen front camber link.
For a more subtle version of this, raise inner front ball stud.
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Cheers, I have a brass bulk head on the way,, I will try lengthening the front link too for starters. 👍🏻
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Softer front springs will also give you more mid corner to exit
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