The dual-rate adjustment on your transmitter allows you to limit the steering to the left and right with one adjustment. The intention of this is that it will let you decide how far your wheels can turn (how tight a turning radius the car has) easily.
For instance, if you travel to a more wide open, fast track, you may want to turn the dual-rate down, so the wheels don't turn as far, and you have more fine-grained control of the steering.
Conversely, if you're on a tight track, turning the dual-rates up with give you a tighter turning radius, so you can make hairpin turns more easily.
- More steering throw
- Tighter turning radius
- Good for tight tracks
- Less steering throw
- Wider turning radius
- Good for longer, sweeping tracks