In this final part of the Pro Tips with Jilles Groskamp, Groskamp continues where he left of in part 4. The final tweaks of the chassis like rideheight, droop and camber will be adressed.
In Part 4 of the Pro Tips with Jilles Groskamp, Groskamp continues assembling his championship winning TRF416WE. He tells you how to assemble the chassis without any tweak, including the stabilizers. He also has some tips on how to maintain your CVD’s and how to reduce or increase the play on various parts throughout the chassis.
In this episode of Pro Tips with Jilles Groskamp, Jilles will show you how to assemble your main chassis components without tweaking the chassis and how to assemble the suspensionarms with the perfect amount of play and movement.
In this episode of ‘Pro Tips with Jilles Groskamp’ he talks you through rebuilding and setting up a balldiff. Balldiffs are quite tricky to setup and maintain, and at the moment the geardiffs are getting very popular again, but most chassis still use balldiffs. You should definatly watch this video of you are (planning on) using a balldiff in your chassis!
Every day this week I will be posting a part of the ‘Pro Tips with Jilles Groskamp’ series RedRC has done a couple of years ago. Groskamp is a Dutch RC touringcar driver for Tamiya. He has won many titles over the years and is seen as one of the best drivers in the world.
You might be thinking, these are tips for racing, what is it doing on a drift website? Well, most of the setup is the same on both racing and drifting cars. These video’s have some very usefull tips on maintenance and setup. I’ve watched them all multiple times and learned a lot from them, and I advise you to watch them too.
In part 1 Groskamp talks you through maintaining and setting up the shocks. The shocks are offcourse one of the most important components on any RC drift car, and its good to know what you’re doing next time you’re rebuilding your car.