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Old 12-14-2011, 09:56 PM   #16
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One lesson that I had to learn the hard way was that the CRC seems to like (at least for me) heavy dampening to keep it from steering in pulses. 30,000wt is what I have wound up using in the dampener tubes and front kingpins, and this was a setup that fared well for a few team drivers at the IIC. I picked up three tenths a lap just be going to heavy fluid and light springs.
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