no cutting anything, using stock springs, just have no pre-load on front and 1 large pre-load on rear... the old track we ran on had inconsistent traction and varied depending on temps and moisture in the air... hot summer months offered the best traction, and cool winter months required VERY aggressive tire sauce, ha!
Interesting. Stock springs must sag over time, because mine are nowhere near 27mm front.
Around here, winter is the stickiest and we can run slicks (cooler and wetter weather keeps the clay damp and sticky). In the summer, the track tends to dry out and get a little dusty/dirty and Electrons/Positrons seem to work best.
I didn't sauce yesterday, but am going to use some Liquid Wrench tomorrow to test it out, as well as some gearing and shock oil changes.
I was a little surprised at how well the truck drives even with minor setup changes. I was about 2.5 seconds off my fast 17.5 buggy times (low 18's vs 20.6).
(Last edited by tsair : 6.25.17 at 7:29 pm)