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PostPosted: Mon 24 Jun - 01:55 (2013)    Post subject: RE-Xtreme DP-R Reply with quote

Yes.... I need more carpet!!!!!!



Steering is soooo fast
it's hard to be accurate. especially with the body on.


I find RWD is a bit of a two step process.


Catch the transition or initiation with a sudden full opposite steering lock.

then
Back off the angle to continue drifting.


It's hard to do smoothly without a gyro and a super sensitive steering setup.


thats where the gyro would help.
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PostPosted: Mon 24 Jun - 13:37 (2013)    Post subject: RE-Xtreme DP-R Reply with quote

i think if you set the speed travel on your transmitter, the drift is more easily Wink

our swiss friends have set the speed travel when we have test RWd without gyro, and it was very easier Wink
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PostPosted: Tue 10 Dec - 15:14 (2013)    Post subject: RE-Xtreme DP-R Reply with quote

recently I have moved to polished concrete which has changed the situation altogether.

lower grip means lower speeds initially but top speed is good.

Searching for a tyre balance.

My next step is to try the MST constant grip front tyres. the large castor I am running is not good whenthe tyre profile changes with lock.
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PostPosted: Thu 26 Dec - 16:09 (2013)    Post subject: RE-Xtreme DP-R Reply with quote

Ever consider looking into tungsten rods to make your suspension shafts? It could be a great "space concient" way of adding weight to your chassis.
Btw which item # are the spice carpet tire you use? 


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PostPosted: Thu 26 Dec - 23:46 (2013)    Post subject: RE-Xtreme DP-R Reply with quote

you can smoothen out the steering by lowering the tension on steering wheel making it easier to turn

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