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Old 04-07-2011, 12:14 AM   #1
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tried pro squat, anti squat, Dual shock rate with very hard rebound (still with natural tendency of lift instead of squat which made the chassis even slower with the hardened rebound), ride height(variations/combinations)

any suggestions or idea will be appreciated. thanks!

i have 4 kitchen weighing scales and i see about max of 42 grams of weight transfer(with the current setup) to the rear when i do sudden throttles. but when it's on it's wheels it aint happening. i do get lifts.

im guessing it's countering the friction caused by the tire to ground movement wanting to be free of it. if that's the case, how do i get that squat?

need the squat since im running on smooth cement which is quite dusty
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