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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 06-28-2010, 07:26 AM Thread Starter
 
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Does anyone have a fix for making the Revolt turn under power? A lot of the riding I do is woods riding and it is next to impossible to make the darn thing turn under power. It will just push the front end straight with the tires turned to full lock.
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 06-28-2010, 11:07 AM
 
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have you adjusted your air pressure in the front tires?
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Install front tires at least as tall or maybe one inch taller than the rear tires.
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I had to adjust the camber, the top of my tires in. This helped a whole bunch. A simple way to try this, if you have nitrogen, is to lower your ride height. This will bring in the top of the wheels. If no nitrogen tank then you will have to adjust the heims on the A-arms.



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Install front tires at least as tall or maybe one inch taller than the rear tires.
I agree, taller and wider tires help a lot. I used 26x10x12, but they rub a little, so I suggest 26x8x12.



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I have played with shock oil and valving, Geometry, and added rear sway bars. my car turns pretty good now. Send me a PM and Iwill give some more info.

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Re: Can anyone Help

Make sure you check your toe too. I worked on one that was toed in quite a bit and it wouldn't turn worth a darn. The tire on the inside of the turn was fighting the outside tire instead of leading it around the corner. (Cross you eyes and try to walk. That is how this car drove)

Watch your gas pressures in your rear shocks they can play a part in weight transfer.

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I had the same problem. But now i am running 26" on all the way around. I too do a lot of tight trail riding meant for Quads. A little gas to break the rear end free helps out in the tight ones.
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post #9 of 9 (permalink) Old 06-29-2010, 06:34 AM Thread Starter
 
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Re: Can anyone Help

1) 26x8x12 Bighorns on the front and 26x10x12 on the back.
2) I also have coilovers on the back.
3) The front is sitting about 2 inches higher than the rear (I was told by a friend this would help on jumps)
4) Not sure on the toe what is the best way to check it.
5) Caster is very close to nuetral.
6) Air pressure maybe a bit high I have 15psi and have OMF beadlocks. (what pressure should I run)


Thanks to everyone for being helpful
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