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Old 06-13-2006, 08:30 PM   #1
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Default Mugen Shock Oil Question

I have some Mugen 300 and 250 shock oil. What weight does this equal in Losi or Associated? I was going to offer it to a guy at the track for a shock change, but I wasn't sure if it was thicker or thinner than his stuff.

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in losi terms - 70 and 80

associated - 60 and 70

Not really, just yanking your chain. They are close to 30 and 25 wt for both companies, but they are different. There is a website somewhere around here that gives you the numbers you are looking for. I'm sure those people that know what I am talking about will give the link.
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