the current version of RC Crew Chief now with a 14 day free trial period.
Check out the new  Video Tutorials
section. New tutorials added regularly.
RC Crew Chief
) is chassis setup software for your
or OFF ROAD
or buggy. It uses vehicle engineering combined with graphics to simulate how
setup changes will affect car handling and performance.
This is the only RC product that doesn't break
or wear out, makes you a better racer and continues to improve all for one price. Nobody can beat that!
Which setup change you should make? Shock Angle? Springs?
Anti-Roll Bars? Roll Centres?
How much affect
will it have? Will it change the handling in the direction I need?
RC3 can provide the tuning guide you need to make informed decisions on which
setup change to make.
quickly make a chassis setup change on screen and receive instant
feedback on the effect on handling. Need better turn-in, more
mid corner steering or reduce a corner exit push? With a few mouse clicks decide
which change to make, big or small, implement it, then hit the track to test it
out. Soon you will be a chassis tuning expert.
you will develop the Knowledge to Win!
The program has been designed around 1/10 scale 4WD sedans (TC)
however the physics used are applicable to any RC car with independent suspension.
Live axle cars (Pan and Oval cars) or asymmetric suspensions are not supported at this time.
A library of Chassis, Motor, ESC and Battery models is provided. If you can't
find a model that matches your equipment you can create your own.
Interactively setup your car, add notes and save setups for future reference.
Analyse handling characteristics of your setup in three corner phases, Entry,
Middle and Exit. See the effects of setup changes instantly on the graphic
- View animations of the Suspension Dynamics of your car and see effects of cornering acceleration on Chassis Roll, Roll Centres,
CG height, Load Transfer plus more.
Simulate the effect changing gearing, motors, batteries and ESC has on straight line
Import Flywheel Dyno data, analyse results and build your own motor models for
use in car simulations.