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Old 11-06-2007
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Default The anti-squat-question...

Originally Posted by jimmy View Post
One change stu made was to turn the rear front pivot block upside down - removing some anti-squat.

First off, hello to all you guys!

I was wondering what it means to "remove some anti-squat"?
I mean, I really know what anti-spuat is but what does it mean to the handling of the car if you remove some anti-squat?

By the way: I've been running the Ultima RB5 for quite a while now and I finished third at a qualification race for the German National Championships yesterday. The track was really slippery but the Ultima did well and I left quite a few Losis and B4s behind!

Thank you very much for your replies!

Best regards from Germany, Chris
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Thanks jimbo, just making sure.

Quoting a buggy set up site-
Less anti-squat gives more rear traction while accellerating on a slippery or dusty track.
It also gives more side-bite.
Less anti-squat will make the car accellerate better and faster through bumpy sections.
Very little anti-squat (0░ or 1░) makes the rear end feel very stable. It also makes power sliding a lot easier.

Well done by the way Chris, its nice to hear feedback from other countries.
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Old 27-10-2007
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any more race results from the RB5?
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