Is this a good CS set up?????????

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evlrabbit07
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Is this a good CS set up?????????

Postby evlrabbit07 » Tue Feb 21, 2012 8:08 pm

Im just starting to do CS drifting and right now i am running
Front one way diff with a 38 pulley
Center Front is a 20 pulley
Center back is a 32 pulley
Rear Solid Axle with a 20 Pulley
with this set up am i going to get a good cs drift or do i need to do more changers
The CS calculator says I am at a 3.04 CS ration and a 204 CS Percentage

Is this a good Pulley Set up?????
and is there anything else I should know i have been drifting 50/50 rc for about 2 years
any tips would be awesome :)

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Re: Is this a good CS set up?????????

Postby bajaboy5b » Wed Feb 22, 2012 4:11 am

That seems way to much! though its up to you if you like it.

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Hugo99
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Re: Is this a good CS set up?????????

Postby Hugo99 » Wed Feb 22, 2012 4:40 am

Finally someone that want to pass 3.0 CS :D
If you go forward with tell me how the car handles and the principal difficulties. ;)

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Re: Is this a good CS set up?????????

Postby evlrabbit07 » Wed Feb 22, 2012 7:37 am

Hugo99 wrote:Finally someone that want to pass 3.0 CS :D
If you go forward with tell me how the car handles and the principal difficulties. ;)

will do i would love to do RWD drifting but i feel like it does not get enough speed and just seams slow lol

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Re: Is this a good CS set up?????????

Postby Hugo99 » Wed Feb 22, 2012 10:12 am

RWD drifting is in the beginning yet, is very difficult and slow :p i'm running 2,44 CS with the correct setup i can make large turns almost always with countersteer :D

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Re: Is this a good CS set up?????????

Postby xReTaLiaToR » Thu Feb 23, 2012 6:15 am

RWD started like 1 & half year ago in Japan. Now, they can make their RWD go as fast as cs already, they are really very ahead of us. Some of them also started front-wheels drive now, even though it is not that good for drifting.
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Re: Is this a good CS set up?????????

Postby tatmanfish » Wed Apr 04, 2012 1:54 pm

wow, 32/20 seems like a lot of overdrive for the rear. let us know how it handles.

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Re: Is this a good CS set up?????????

Postby marshun » Sun Apr 08, 2012 3:22 am

sounds fine to me. but it depends on the driver.


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