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PostPosted: Thu 1 Aug - 13:17 (2013)    Post subject: FR-D action in Austria Reply with quote

Great setup and driving man! Hope more converts to RWD.

It's too bad about losing CS skills though. Laughing But practice is just what's needed and a lot of interest too. So, don't feel too bad about your CS skill weakening. Who'd want to go back to CS after being succesful with RWD anyway? Unless it's for competition in which there is none for RWD yet. Confused
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PostPosted: Thu 1 Aug - 20:52 (2013)    Post subject: FR-D action in Austria Reply with quote

If we grow RWD skills, CS competitions will disappear Wink
Nice skills!
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PostPosted: Thu 1 Aug - 21:36 (2013)    Post subject: FR-D action in Austria Reply with quote

Great vid driving and location!!!

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PostPosted: Thu 1 Aug - 23:53 (2013)    Post subject: FR-D action in Austria Reply with quote

Thanks guys Wink

The location is for sure already something, but actually we try to find some place which is less humid. Did you know that you can grow mushrooms on lexan bodies?  Very Happy


Will do more testing and improve my skills - I'm still not 100% satisfied. I'm shocked how sensitive a RWD is reacting for every small change in the setup or what 20g of weight can do. 


Well........ CS....... Since I started RWD my CS chassis are more like decoration objects  Very Happy


Keep you updated Wink


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PostPosted: Fri 2 Aug - 10:04 (2013)    Post subject: FR-D action in Austria Reply with quote

Looks great! - Can´t really tell much of a difference in speed compared to the CS car in the video. - Here and there it might be even a bit too fast to look realistic.

So what are the most important tweaks, that made your setup work eventually? Weight distribution, dampers, tires?
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PostPosted: Sat 3 Aug - 12:45 (2013)    Post subject: FR-D action in Austria Reply with quote

Davis wrote:
Looks great! - Can´t really tell much of a difference in speed compared to the CS car in the video. - Here and there it might be even a bit too fast to look realistic.

So what are the most important tweaks, that made your setup work eventually? Weight distribution, dampers, tires?


Let's say almost everything is important. I feel every small change (weight distribution, camber, springs aso) 5 times more than on my CS chassis. Add 30g to much on front and my car is almost not drivable.


You should have seen my FR-D with T-Drift type A  Shocked
It was like a rocket and I was hunting CS drivers down  Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy




Will write more tomorrow in the setup thread, after testing this evening again.


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PostPosted: Sat 10 Aug - 15:06 (2013)    Post subject: FR-D action in Austria Reply with quote

that IS SOOO TRUE!!!! when i set my car for CS BOY DID I SUCCKKK
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PostPosted: Sat 10 Aug - 15:30 (2013)    Post subject: FR-D action in Austria Reply with quote

Nice!
I truelly have to come to your cellar soon Smile

Cheers, Harun


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PostPosted: Fri 23 Aug - 17:55 (2013)    Post subject: FR-D action in Austria Reply with quote

great vid!

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