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More Easter bunny news


The little furry chap has been busy spending in Revingtons and has delivered me......

 

The first jolly update is steering box top plate RTR3075.  This works really well.

It replaces the peg with a sprung pin and removes most of the play due to wear around the straight ahead bit.

 

The other update is geometry correction RTR3314K

Remington website explains far better than I can.  The understeer is gone, the car turns in sweetly with no hesitation.

 

Both of these mods have removed the sensation of "fighting the car", no more sawing at the wheel and understeer to get the car where

you want it in the road.  Not quite a relaxed drive, but much improved over standard.

 

Both mods reccomended, happy bunny!

 

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Good to hear that RTR3075 works. I fitted one when I refurbed the steering box too.

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yea I fitted one a couple of years ago and pleased with the outcome. when you look it at it you always think you can make it and save the money....but then you never get round to it!

 

Havent done the RTR3314K mod, its all about the Ackerman, clever chappy



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Now that I've had a bit longer to try it I'm increasingly impressed with RTR3314.

The difference on turn-in is significant, it feels a lot less like a go-kart and more like an MX5.

I'd hate to use "precision" cos this is a Warwick, but I feel more like I get to choose where it's going now.

I'll bring it down to the spring bash and you can have a try out.

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form an orderly que..............



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Do it!

 

Just do it furiousfurious



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