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    Default Suspension set-up advice for a Kraken TSK Class 1?

    Hi all,

    I've just finished converting my buggy to a Kraken Class 1 TSK and now it handles so bad as it rolls so easily when going around corners.

    I'm not expecting it handle like the buggy as it has a higher centre of gravity but is there anything I can do set-up wise to improve it?

    Cheers
    Ant

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    Quote Originally Posted by almighty15 View Post
    Hi all,

    I've just finished converting my buggy to a Kraken Class 1 TSK and now it handles so bad as it rolls so easily when going around corners.

    I'm not expecting it handle like the buggy as it has a higher centre of gravity but is there anything I can do set-up wise to improve it?

    Cheers
    Ant
    either wheel extenders or wide arms mate,
    I have wide arms on mine and it does make a massive difference ,
    also shock oil, this is just my preference but I use 35wt oil front and 45wt oil rear and run as soft as I can with the spring pre load,
    it does have heavy duty springs rear and stock front springs , that's on I-rc big bores as well though,

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    Quote Originally Posted by spentallmymoneyagain View Post
    either wheel extenders or wide arms mate,
    I have wide arms on mine and it does make a massive difference ,
    also shock oil, this is just my preference but I use 35wt oil front and 45wt oil rear and run as soft as I can with the spring pre load,
    it does have heavy duty springs rear and stock front springs , that's on I-rc big bores as well though,
    I have extenders already....... how wide do the extended arms make it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by almighty15 View Post
    I have extenders already....... how wide do the extended arms make it?
    the wide arms add 2 inches to the width overall mate, you can still tip em over , but its a lot harder to ,
    but remember , if you do go wide arms you also need wider dogbones and steering turnbuckles as well,
    most wide arms are sold as kits all included though,

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