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Old 12-10-2008, 09:25 AM   #1
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Default Tamiya susp. blocks question

does it just do alot for the rear? or does it depends on the track that your racing at? is it a must to have different kinds or any standard blocks for any track type.
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What type of track are you racing on?
On the rear of my 415 i have 1xd and 1 D which gives me a lot of Toe in. Works very well on both high grip flowing tracks and tight technical tracks. Both are asphalt
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