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    It will depend on how tight the turns are, but if...

    It will depend on how tight the turns are, but if you are on an oval you will probably find that adjusting the shock on the left rear tighter will help reduce push in the corners. Adding a bit of...
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    Not only make sure it is plugged in securely,...

    Not only make sure it is plugged in securely, also make sure it is plugged in to the proper spot. The first 2 plugs in the receiver are the same channel, the third plug is channel 2, IIRC channel 2...
  3. First thing to check is the slipper clutch, if it...

    First thing to check is the slipper clutch, if it is too loose this could happen. Otherwise there may be something stripped out which could be the pinion or ring gear, perhaps the differential, you...
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    The shock don't hold the rear up, the springs do....

    The shock don't hold the rear up, the springs do. The shock control the speed at which the suspension extends and retracts.
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    The track I am currently running on is an asphalt...

    The track I am currently running on is an asphalt oval which had driveway sealer put on it las year. It is kind of slick. Most of the fastest guys run Proline Prime Clay tires, they are soft so...
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