Originally Posted by Taman
Just fitted the option pitch and roll dampers - that was an interesting experience getting those tiny c-clips on
took me about 10 minutes with the c-clip doing it's best to be anywhere but where it should be.
How easy should it be to activate the roll damper as it doesn't seem to have alot of dampening force compared to the placstic part?
Also with the pitch damper what do you set the spring tension too, using the collar? Is it meant to be very stiff or soft?
You have to adjust it for your running conditions. so really there isnt one way to set it up. even the stock rolling damper can be adjusted with the thickness of grease and how much you use.
Pitching is also for you and what I would tell you would not be a very good set up for you.
For example using the normal plastic rolling damper and AW grease mine feels good,but my buddy used the same AW grease and he could not even move the damper because he used a little to much.
I like to use the plastic rolling damper to find out what works good,then switch to the oil damper when I can feel how the chassis rolls in my hands with the plastic damper.
SO I have a point to tune the oil shock to. I like this way as its easier to change grease than rebuilding a shock every five minutes.
if you give some information about what rear tires you are using any gripper and what surface you are running on helps,but it is still a shot in the dark.