So I got a new 2s Lipo for my SCX10 Deadbolt and swapped out the 3S that I mistakenly bought, being the newbie that I am. Managed to get some nice practice crawling in on a rocky vacant plot near our home. However, I had a lot of tipping problems when climbing, mainly caused by the battery being placed over the back wheels on the SCX10 frame. How should I go about combatting that? Everything on my rig at the moment is stock. Stock wheels, stock 27T motor and stock suspension. Should I change my wheels out first for better grip and maybe some weighted rims? Should I change out the motor for a 35 or 45T motor? And what is the difference between improved grip over improved torque? More radically, should I look at adjusting the layout of the car and move the battery plate further forward etc? A bit of a queston for a early Monday morning (here in Oz) or a late Sunday evening across the pond.