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  1. Many thanks for your detailed explanation
  2. Thank you for the answer . With a good ball diff or oil filled gear diff i could get all the power to the ground. In case of an FWD or 4WD it would be certainly beneficial, but if i apply the same effect on a tail heavy RWD car, will it not have a big tendency for drifting? Or it all depends on how tight that ball diff is or how heavy that oil is in the diff? Its just a theoretical question since i only have the good old tamiya gear diff(except for the rear ball diff in my ta-02, but i have no idea if its setup the right way. )
  3. Thank you for your answer. It gives me the impression, that sometimes less can be more. By VERY tail heavy did you mean tail heavy just like a DT-02? I had one and on gravel it was a blast, but it didn't matter what i did to the steering and the suspension it had horrible understeer on tarmac because of its tail heaviness.
  4. Hello everybody! This is my very first question on this forum (and in this language... ) and yes, i know my English leaves a lot to be desired, but believe me i do my best, so please go easy on me I'm going to build an M-06(Nimh Battery and TBLE-02s Esc.), but it being my first RWD Chassis i have a few question when it comes to the handling: -Is my Sport Tuned motor powerful enough for it to be quick when accelerating out of a curve or should i buy something hotter(I would prefer a brushed one)? I guess quick acceleration depends also on the gear ratio, so my next question is: -What pinion size should i choose? -Is an Anti-roll bar any good for this chassis? -How does this Chassis actually drive? Sorry for the dumb question, but i guess it will be FAR different than my TL-01, TA-02 or M-03, so i just want to have an idea in terms of what to look for when it comes to driving this car. Good Tires(60D M-Grip), Suspension(Oil filled extra short dampers), Aluminium Steering(Yeah Racing) are also going to be on the Car
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