Understeer can be caused by many things. How is the turning radius at very slow speeds? Very often the front wheels do turn enough and the pushing is caused by other things.not sure I'm getting all the steering lock I should on my Rustler VXL 4x4. I have to pitch it hard and throttle steer it to turn, it seems like the fronts hardly steer at all. Any help on that?
Dual Rate to 100% only if the travel is already limited with EPA.
If the end points are not set, use only enough dual rate for the steering to reach full lock. It’s often less than 100%.
I agree completely, that’s how I do it as well.I usually set me steering EPA on each side first, then adjust the D/R if needed. I don'evert adjust my EPA unless I change servos, linkage, etc.
My D/R is always 100% on the crawlers and Slash. It's gets turned way down on the speed run cars.
It's possible it got turned down and he didn't notice.
Absolutely true. Low end radios may not have EPA.I agree completely, that’s how I do it as well.
My concern was that most RTR transmitters don’t have EPA so it’s 100% all the time. If the dual rate is also 100% the servo will most likely push against a hard stop and incur damage.
Not only that, but all of the steering will happen close to the center position of the wheel (lots of dead band at both ends) so it’s difficult to steer the vehicle precisely.