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  1. #1
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    Flip over at high speed

    So I've been working on a set up for grass and less tipping over. Just tried it on the street and at 3/4 throttle , maybe 40mph? The last 1/4 throttle lifts up the front end and it will flip over if I don't let off.looks cool but I bet a crash on blacktop at 50 mph wouldnt be pretty

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    apart from putting a more rigid front sway bar (GPM type), I don't see what else you can do .... the UDR is not at all intended for asphalt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BALEK View Post
    apart from putting a more rigid front sway bar (GPM type), I don't see what else you can do .... the UDR is not at all intended for asphalt.
    Yup I agree . Just surprised me how powerful it actually is.i have hot racing front and rear bars, 60/80 wt shock oil, rear diff with 50,000 wt, about a 1/4 inch space preload on shocks adj.i havnt touched front diff or center yet

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    Oh and rear top arms in bottom hole on chassis

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    we have exactly the same configuration �� except that I also put 50,000wt at the front and I also have the wheels that lift when I try a maximum speed on the asphalt, but the bf goodrich tires don't like at all ... they wear out quickly outside of sand, soil or grass.

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    Getting that million WT oil out of the center would fix it and let ft tires unload instead of lifting but I'm gonna see how long I can go on the rear tires.i think I have enough repair parts lol

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    so I kept the tires smooth when I'm on the grass like that I barely roll over.

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