Device for driving straight

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Re: Device for driving straight

Postby SPP SciO » March 15th, 2018, 5:46 pm

[ ... Using threaded rods is absolutely the better way of doing this, however it will add alot of weight. For battery buggy, I would NOT recommend threaded rods unless you need to add weight....
Thanks for the quick reply! Frankly their vehicle is already heavy since most of my supply is servocity parts, including the motor. It’s not particularly fast (< 4 seconds) but they stand to gain the most from improving accuracy, and the lateral drift is tough. I’ll take some pics tomorrow and send you an email.
MS 821 Sunset Park Prep

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