Just trying to wrap my head around some of the basics for customizing after studying the beginners guide.
After reading, it seems you lose more speed when the body rubbs againts the rails of the track compared to when the wheels do -
Now when im looking at most of my models the fenders are sticking out further than the wheels. - should I be reducing the body so the wheels stick out further? or just trying to finding a base model that have the wheels sticking out further than the body of the car..
Sanding wheels is another practice im trying to understand - Im pretty sure you're just really trying to sand out any imperfections in the wheels so it sits completely flat correct? just wondering if this is neccessary - and im one of those guys that likes to have every advantage I can.
Negative camber is even more of a confusing concept for me - I mean..you're racing on the edge of the wheel with less wheel friction - but I feel like this would be an advantage with heavier models - is this a correct assumption?
33g seems to be a REALLY common stock weight for a large portion of my models. Most of which have cheap plastic feeling bottoms..kind of bugs me..thinking metal/metal is the way to go when you can?