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PostPosted: Fri 24 May - 14:45 (2013)    Post subject: TA06 2wd WIP Reply with quote

wow! so it's you this TA06 on the facebook page of hei-ko! your are the reason i bought the hei-ko tires ^^
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PostPosted: Fri 24 May - 14:59 (2013)    Post subject: TA06 2wd WIP Reply with quote

Looks awesome, sick steering angle! I've managed to get almost that angle on my project, but there's still a few things to do before that angle. It'll be awesome to see it finished Smile

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PostPosted: Sat 22 Jun - 02:33 (2013)    Post subject: TA06 2wd WIP Reply with quote

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PostPosted: Sat 22 Jun - 10:18 (2013)    Post subject: TA06 2wd WIP Reply with quote

It does roll as before. The bar is not fixed to the arms, but can roll on the kingpins.
Also before the damper would only compress when the roll would be at maximum position. In fact that never seems to happen, unless I would go over extreme bumps perhaps? But the rollmod gives constant contact to the surface without any delay.  ... I keep testing.
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PostPosted: Sat 22 Jun - 13:32 (2013)    Post subject: TA06 2wd WIP Reply with quote

i'm curious to see your system in action...if you can make an onboard cam maybe, to see how the front train works, i'm very curious ^^
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PostPosted: Sat 22 Jun - 19:16 (2013)    Post subject: TA06 2wd WIP Reply with quote

I would like to see that too. Maybe I can borrow a cam for that?

I am not saying, that the roll mod is the best solution. In fact two ordinary dampers would probably be much better and offer more tuning options. But it works fine right now and I just don´t have the space in the chassis for some chunky dampers. - So it´s a trade off between maximum steering angle and space for the dampers. Mr. Green ... But I think I will go for a MST style front suspension and better dampers soon anyway. As it reads on top, this is a work in progress. ^^
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PostPosted: Sat 22 Jun - 19:35 (2013)    Post subject: TA06 2wd WIP Reply with quote

maybe if you make a mod same as dorvack, you can have 2 dampers, and a great steering angle Wink
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PostPosted: Sat 22 Jun - 19:58 (2013)    Post subject: TA06 2wd WIP Reply with quote

very cool bro!!!!
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PostPosted: Sun 23 Jun - 09:13 (2013)    Post subject: TA06 2wd WIP Reply with quote

Laughing

let's go! we witch all our setup Laughing
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PostPosted: Tue 20 Aug - 22:05 (2013)    Post subject: TA06 2wd WIP Reply with quote

maybe you can work on a new location for your dampers ^^ if you put them into the front lower arm, you can win a lot of angle...i don't know if you see what i say...
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PostPosted: Wed 21 Aug - 00:10 (2013)    Post subject: TA06 2wd WIP Reply with quote

I get it and was thinking about it. - It´s quite tricky with the type c arms though, because the open parts of the suspension arms are quite small and angled towards the front. - Let´s see, I think less caster will give way more space already... and else I need some Y arms as well. Wink
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