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Toe in or Toe out up front for straight line performance?
#1
Having trouble going straight.

SO yeah, toe in, or toe out up front?
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#2
You are on 50/50? Is this on low speed or high speed?
Toe out slightly. About 1 degs in front. Toe in or neutral in back.
Check for loose links and screws. Reduce any slop linkage from servo to steering linkage.

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#3
Toe in / toe out depends on what you are missing..

A toe in will let the car be stable on the straights, but the front with steer equally (same direction) - this is sometimes better in rwd to make the front grip better.

A toe out will let the car be loose but would react faster - also the steering will introduce ackerman that will allow the lead wheel to steer more and the follow wheel to steer less.
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(04-06-2017, 02:58 AM)Woodsnail Wrote:  Toe in / toe out depends on what you are missing..

A toe in will let the car be stable on the straights, but the front with steer equally (same direction) - this is sometimes better in rwd to make the front grip better.

A toe out will let the car be loose but would react faster - also the steering will introduce ackerman that will allow the lead wheel to steer more and the follow wheel to steer less.

Dont know anybody that would run toe in in the front
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#5
Thanks fellas. I adjusted it again and is now much better. Toe out was definitely the way to go.
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