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Old 06-10-2005, 04:38 PM   #1
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Default What shock fluid to run at my track in my FT T4

Hey, I run a FT T4 at my track for stock and mod, i am just wondering what a good shock fluid is to run, what does the weights do to effect the handling and jumping, here is a pic of my local track..

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Here's a link to associated's site with their setups. Look for one for a smooth track I'd say. Doesn't look to bumpy or hardpack, and not many big jumps.
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Or even Rc10B4.com they lots more thn AE and might even have 1 for your track
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