We just placed another order for 1/8 buggy parts. We should be pretty well stocked for them by weeks end.
trpastor -- I was haveing the EXACT same trouble. I tried putting a ton of preload in the front, ya know make a change
, no help. So I though I might be bottoming out on the rear, when coming up a jump the rear of the chassis hitting the ground causing it to pitch. Nope that was not it. It was all me, my driving and the approach to the ramp.
I found, with this car at least in OOTB form, it would fly real nice if I blipped the throttle it would go up and land nice and smooth on the landing side. It does take practice and alot of it. If I had some shock oil, I think I would try putting in 30 or 40wt in the rear and seeing it that helped.
Oh yeah, when I had the front end with tons of preload, the shocks would not compress so it would not take the bumps well. It also pushed like a dump truck.
One thing I am doing is ordering a .21 engine for it. The track I am running the .27 is WAY TOO much!!