Touring Car Setup

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Touring Car Setup

Post by irs001 »

In an effort to get my tub-chassis TC4 to handle better and more importantly consistently within my own driving style, I have downloaded a couple of set-up guides from the internet.

In the hope that they may be useful to others, I am posting the URL's to them here :

http://www.hpiracing.com/tuning/intro.htm

http://www.hudy.net/xhudy/showfile.php? ... 39b1ad8c24

The first is in my opinion a good general guide, leading you through changes to setup that make the most difference through to changes to fine tune the handling.

The second demonstrates the use of the HUDY setup gauges, etc (on an XRay T1), but also offers useful tips on setup changes (e.g. if your car has this problem try changing that).

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Re: Touring Car Setup

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chris

Re: Touring Car Setup

Post by chris »

dad just get a new car

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Re: Touring Car Setup

Post by diggy26 »

hi guys i am just wondering if anyone can tell me a good gearing for a mi2 for the indoor season in september i will be running losi brushless i currently running a 6.5 turn on 24/89 any suggestions thanks dan

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Re: Touring Car Setup

Post by jayst »

6.5 in a tourer indoors . thats gonna be quick m8 . i suggest getin hold of a 13.5 m8 or 10.5 if the class goes ahead

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