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Driver advice - how to avoid loosing traction of front wheel in FWD

Discussion in 'Richard Burns Rally' started by Ondrej Kapal, Mar 22, 2011.

  1. Ondrej Kapal

    Ondrej Kapal

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    The thread name says it itself ;) I didnt find any usable way, any ideas?
     
  2. Aaron DeMarre

    Aaron DeMarre

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    Very gentle throttle inputs. The more powerful FWD cars are very tricky to drive on loose surfaces and require a lot of feathering the throttle to keep the wheels from spinning up.
     
  3. Ondrej Kapal

    Ondrej Kapal

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    so it makes spinning front wheels? well I met with this issue mostly on tarmac, where they should have the biggest grip... mostly when braking into turn hardly, locking up the wheels - still ok, then after pulling the brakes with gentle throttle I am spinning in the turn
     
  4. Aaron DeMarre

    Aaron DeMarre

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    Hmm, not sure about that actually. I haven't had much traction issues on tarmac, I run the civic R3 on tarmac rallies.
     
  5. Ondrej Kapal

    Ondrej Kapal

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    maybe that was just a badly made car (Fista :O :D:D - Łukasz knows why I am laughing :D)