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theJANG - 11.27.10, 11:26 pm Post #51: | Reply With Quote
Changing the speed of the tires (either way) imparts a force into the chassis. The force can cause the chassis to rotate at up to a certain maximum speed (as determined by the relative masses of the tires/wheels vs. the chassis, the distance of the axles from the CoG, etc. etc.). The chassis rotating means it's spinning about an axis at a certain rate. That means it turns x degrees per y seconds. If you don't impart that force until you've been in the air for awhile, the 'y' is reduced, thus the x is reduced as well. The sooner you change your tire speed by braking or accelerating, the more you'll be able to rotate before you're back on terra firma.

Cause. Effect.
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ebasher219 - 11.27.10, 11:30 pm Post #52: | Reply With Quote
wow that is a really confusing explanation. but somehow i totally understood it
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traxxasslash26 - 11.27.10, 11:30 pm Post #53: | Reply With Quote
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No I meant our jobs on this forum is to help each other. I thought we got paid for that
i guess you get paid by the joy of this friendly forum
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traxxasslash26 - 11.27.10, 11:32 pm Post #54: | Reply With Quote
TheJANG said
Changing the speed of the tires (either way) imparts a force into the chassis. The force can cause the chassis to rotate at up to a certain maximum speed (as determined by the relative masses of the tires/wheels vs. the chassis, the distance of the axles from the CoG, etc. etc.). The chassis rotating means it's spinning about an axis at a certain rate. That means it turns x degrees per y seconds. If you don't impart that force until you've been in the air for awhile, the 'y' is reduced, thus the x is reduced as well. The sooner you change your tire speed by braking or accelerating, the more you'll be able to rotate before you're back on terra firma.

Cause. Effect.
if you were my teacher... id be the happiest person in the world.. that means we can fool around with RCs instead of work

i got it.
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traxxasslash26 - 11.27.10, 11:32 pm Post #55: | Reply With Quote
ebasher219 said
wow that is a really confusing explanation. but somehow i totally understood it
haHAHAHA i guess understanding it comes from running RCs for a long time
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WRCKing - 11.27.10, 11:34 pm Post #56: | Reply With Quote
Damn, i understood that, damn YOU CALCULUS!!!!!!!!
If jang was my teacher, all of the reacreational budget would go to rcs which = win
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traxxasslash26 - 11.27.10, 11:37 pm Post #57: | Reply With Quote
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Damn, i understood that, damn YOU CALCULUS!!!!!!!!
If jang was my teacher, all of the reacreational budget would go to rcs which = win
+1!!!
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WRCKing - 11.27.10, 11:40 pm Post #58: | Reply With Quote
Jang = automatic win, its a simple equation
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JACKLOLOLOL - 11.29.10, 7:40 pm Post #59: | Reply With Quote
when racing are backslashs considered buggys or short course trucks?
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theJANG - 11.29.10, 8:28 pm Post #60: | Reply With Quote
You'd have to race a \4x4 in the buggy class.
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