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Posted: Fri 9 Aug - 17:42 (2013) Post subject: the devil drift(s) RWD
But for getting more out of the steering, drastical modifications are needed... and i think i'm not gonna do it! Because the MST FX will come out soon... and i will have it the first day it is on stock
Posted: Fri 30 Aug - 10:47 (2013) Post subject: the devil drift(s) RWD
Hi there Harun, Nice drift on youtube, I can't stop watch it! But I just curious about how to make this kit drift well without gyro.. Is it a must to running the rwd setup with gyros?
First of all, what part is needed to increase the steering angle? I'm confused to decide what part should I buy since I don't have any experience in this chassis yet., would you be mind if i ask you to write down the setup of your front suspension?
Sorry for my bad grammar, greeting from Indonesia RWD RC Drifter _________________ Sometimes doing great thing, isn't doing right thing.
Posted: Fri 20 Sep - 19:52 (2013) Post subject: the devil drift(s) RWD
I already answered the questions per PN. Now here is the setup:
Chassis modifications: -filed the front knuckles on the inside, to get more clearance to the c-hub. -drilled a new hole into the knuckles, that is nearer to the turning-axis, to get a bit more steering angle.
Setup: Front: -Tamiya yellow spring (medium), 300cst oil, vertical shock position -Ride height: about 8mm -Caster: Stock -Camber: around 3-4 degrees -Toe: 0°
Rear: -Tamiya red spring (soft), 200cst oil, laid down shock position. -Ride height: equal to front -Camber: 0-1° -Toe: 0°
Weights: -10 gramms on each rear lower arm -5 gramms on each rear knuckle -20 gramms on rear diffusor