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Discussion in 'Typhon' started by jjl5590, Jul 9, 2018.
Is there any setting for suspension to stop wheelies?
Should I stiffen it up?
Put weight on the front end lol. I don’t think you can stop it. I think stiffing will help a bit
What oil are you running in the center diff?
How about a wheelie bar?
Is there a wheelie bar option?
Thicker center diff fluid, or lower your punch control on esc.
Suspension settings....I would think going super soft in the rear...
Anti wheelie adjustment is at the base of left index finger.
Depending on your current droop settings. A little less in the front can help.
Just get a wheelie bar: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ARRMA-Wheelie-Bar-Set-Arrma-Kraton-Outcast-Talion-Typhon-/362071787803
I run 6000 cst front diff, 7000 cst center diff and 3000 rear diff, and I rarely have any wheelie problems. When the front wheels lose traction/offer less resistance, the 7k cst oil center diff puts more power to the front wheels. That gives a predictable handling. I mostly run on a buggy track though, so consistent handling is more important than 4wd drifting.
One thing that made a huge difference with my talion running on 6s was to change the punch setting on the ESC. Lower it to around a 2 and see what you think.