To address is the steering angle of the chassis, RWD demands high steering angles so this is a must.
Step 1: Remove Front differential, belt, and dogbones
Step 2: Upgrade to IFS suspension system, which provides better wheel clearance
Step 3: Replace the MST steering bridge with a turnbuckle, this allows for adjustment to allow increased steering angle but introduces Ackerman Angle.
Be aware of how you adjust the new steering bridge, too much adjustment may cause interference with the spur gear (size dependent). Depending on how the setup, you may also need to adjust your servo throw to compensate for the new angle produced by the steering link.
Step 4: Replace the steering knuckles with something newer than the conventional MS-01D arms. It will help with steering geometry and overall feel when driving.
Step 4A (Optional and not required!): More of an FYI than anything, this chassis was purchased custom in order to make it a Short Wheel-base (SWB) chassis. The reason for this was to purpose build a chassis to support a Tamiya GT2 Taisan Racing Body. This should not effect the RWD change, so proceed if you are changing your MS to RWD.
Step 4B (Optional and not required): Bling out the rear damper stay with the new MST adjustable ones. Not really necessary but does add more available damper positions and ease of adjustments.
Step 4C (Optional and not required): We decided to attach the 1st generation Oxygen rear battery mount. It shifts the weight further to the rear, the idea is to balance off the weight from the motor and provide some additional grip.
Step 5: Slap on an MST Gyro!
Step 6: Profit!