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Author Topic:   supension problem or driver error?
Racer0
Member
posted August 03, 2001 09:44 AM
Everytime I've had this problem there's been something wrong with the chassis. Maybe a suspension bind or a bad shock. Is it happening late in the main on a dry track? If so, you may be starting the race with the car too loose for the conditions as it dries up. Also, try to remember that when you start to go around, stab the clutch and more often than not it'll save you.


Racer4
unregistered
posted August 03, 2001 11:34 AM           
How much rear stagger are you using? & what's the difference in stagger on the RF vs the LR?



WesternAuto17
Member
posted August 03, 2001 11:36 AM
You know, Racer0, sometimes the best way to determine the source of these types of problems is to step away and let someone else drive the car and see what they think. Mabey someone with a little bit of experience could help you. I can think of such a person that might be able to help you out. Later.


Racer0
Member
posted August 04, 2001 02:46 AM
western is right let somebody hot lap it that has some seat time we build bomber and hobby chasis and have alot of young drivers that complain about how the car handles and then we get in it and it handles just fine 95% or the time a rookies handleing problems are cause by to heavy of a right foot lol see if you can get somebody to tape you also to see if you are doing anything diferent form everybody else that is also a good way to see if you have something binding in the chassis.


AJ GARBE70
Member
posted August 20, 2001 09:04 PM
to me it is driver error but spring can do a little for a 1st year driver you are doing more over steer and probanley oversteering it to gain control you will get better at it trust me it will soon go away
good luck
garber racing


P23
Member
posted August 24, 2001 02:20 AM
I agree with AJ,you will learn what to do when,sometimes steering and acelerating will do the trick sometimes letting off,you will get the feel of it...=)On the other school of thought an expeirenced driver will be able to tell if it is the car or you.


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