How to stop wheelies?

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Hi guys,

Is there any setting for suspension to stop wheelies?

Should I stiffen it up?
 

Bri26

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What oil are you running in the center diff?

Best regards,
Brian
 

Typhon2016

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Thicker center diff fluid, or lower your punch control on esc.

Suspension settings....I would think going super soft in the rear...
 

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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.
 

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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.
 

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I've had good results by working on the index finger calibration. I think lowering center CST may help, too, but I'm no pro!
 

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