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Old 01-02-2007, 11:21 AM   #6541
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never tried it,my guess is try it out and see for your self
yeah i will have to wait till feb so i can get down barham (uk) and do some testing don't realy get time at thease carpet races but if anybody has got a clue what it should do would be a good start.
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Old 01-02-2007, 11:29 AM   #6542
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Hey Stuey,

On the pro competion shocks the piston sits lower on the shaft,also sits lower in the oil,the PC shocks allways felt better indoors,had a more concistent feel to them,so i spose thats the same if you lower the piston on the hara shocks.

The new worlds 28mm shock shafts only have 1 mounting hole which is the high one,so the lower one carnt have been that good.

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Old 01-02-2007, 11:34 AM   #6543
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Hey Stuey,

On the pro competion shocks the piston sits lower on the shaft,also sits lower in the oil,the PC shocks allways felt better indoors,had a more concistent feel to them,so i spose thats the same if you lower the piston on the hara shocks.

The new worlds 28mm shock shafts only have 1 mounting hole which is the high one,so the lower one carnt have been that good.

Happy new year

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cheers fella

i wont bother wasting my shock oil at the moment.
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Old 01-02-2007, 01:26 PM   #6544
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hey

does anybody know when the hara matched spring set will be realesed in the uk
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Old 01-02-2007, 02:02 PM   #6545
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At the rate we end up getting stuff summer maybe???
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Old 01-02-2007, 02:11 PM   #6546
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At the rate we end up getting stuff summer maybe???
yeah i think you could be right it would be best to order from japan
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yeah i think you could be right it would be best to order from japan
I think the far east is the only place to get them at the moment.
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Old 01-02-2007, 03:26 PM   #6548
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yeah i will have to wait till feb so i can get down barham (uk) and do some testing don't realy get time at thease carpet races but if anybody has got a clue what it should do would be a good start.
it is just for a different feel.you always want to try to center your piston in the oil bath for the most consistant feel.this kinda made the lower position useless
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Old 01-03-2007, 05:42 AM   #6549
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can anyone help i am setting my moorespeed up to stew noble's set up but the kit comes with a 2.5 front suspension block and number 2 shock pistons . will the setup still work with these parts or will i need to change it to somthing else
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Does anyone know if the HPI spring are progressive or not???
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Old 01-03-2007, 06:18 AM   #6551
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its progressive
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Old 01-03-2007, 06:19 AM   #6552
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Does anyone know if the HPI spring are progressive or not???
which springs some are linear some progressive
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Old 01-03-2007, 06:23 AM   #6553
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Part # Description Suggested Retail Price

6824 2 26 x 6.5 x 1.2mm Copper (Linear) (softest) $4.50/pr

6825 2 26 x 6 x 1.2mm Silver (Linear) 4.50/pr

6826 2 26 x 5.5 x 1.2mm Gold (Linear) 4.50/pr

6841 2 Pro Linear Spring 13 x 27mm (Orange 216 gf/mm) 5.50/pr

6843 2 Pro Linear Spring 13 x 27mm (Yellow 227 gf/mm) 5.50/pr

6844 2 Pro Linear Spring 13 x 27mm (Red 238 gf/mm) 5.50/pr

6846 2 Pro Linear Spring 13 x 27mm (Green 247 gf/mm) 5.50/pr

6847 2 Pro Linear Spring 13 x 27mm (Blue 264 gf/mm) 5.50/pr

6849 2 Pro Linear Spring 13 x 27mm (Pink 272 gf/mm) 5.50/pr

6850 2 Pro Linear Spring 13 x 27mm 6.5 coils (Bright Yellow) 6.00/pr

6851 2 Pro Linear Spring 13 x 27mm 6.25 coils (Navy) 6.00/pr

6852 2 Pro Linear Spring 13 x 27mm 6 coils (Grey) 6.00/pr

6751 2 Pro Linear Spring 13 x 25mm (Orange 345 gf/mm) (Nitro) 6.00/pr

6753 2 Pro Linear Spring 13 x 25mm (Yellow 392 gf/mm) (Nitro) 6.00/pr

6754 2 Pro Linear Spring 13 x 25mm (Red 432 gf/mm) (Nitro) 6.00/pr

6756 2 Pro Linear Spring 13 x 25mm (Green 480 gf/mm) (Nitro) 6.00/pr

6757 2 Pro Linear Spring 13 x 25mm (Blue 493 gf/mm) (Nitro) 6.00/pr

6759 2 Pro Linear Spring 13 x 25mm (Pink 540 gf/mm) (Nitro) 6.00/pr

6833 2 13 x 29 x 1.4mm White (Progressive) 4.50/pr

6834 2 13 x 29 x 1.45mm Yellow (Progressive) 4.50/pr

6835 2 13 x 29 x 1.5mm Red (Progressive) 4.50/pr

6836 2 13 x 29 x 1.55mm Black (Progressive) 4.50/pr

6837 2 13 x 29 x 1.6mm Green (Progressive) 4.50/pr

6838 2 13 x 29 x 1.65mm Blue (Progressive) 4.50/pr

6839 2 13 x 29 x 1.7mm Purple (Progressive) (stiffest) 4.50/pr




















Option Springs for the Pro 4 Electric Touring Car

Part Pcs. Description Retail Price

6542 2 Racing Shock Spring 14x25x1.4mm 6 coils (2pcs) $5.00/pr

6543 2 Racing Shock Spring 14x25x1.5mm 6.5 coils (2pcs)(Kit Part) $5.00/pr

6544 2 Racing Shock Spring 14x25x1.5mm 6 coils (2pcs)(Kit Part) $5.00/pr

6545 2 Racing Shock Spring 14x25x1.4mm 5.75 coils (2pcs) $5.00/pr

6546 2 Racing Shock Spring 14x25x1.4mm 5.5 coils (2pcs) $5.00/pr

6547 2 Racing Shock Spring 14x25x1.5mmx5.25 (2pcs) $5.00/pr

6548 2 Racing Shock Spring 14x25x1.5x6.25 coils (pink / 2pcs) $5.00/pr

6743 4 Shock Spring 14.5 x 117 x1.2mm x 25 Coils (Red/4pcs Medium) $7.00/pr

6744 4 Shock Spring14.4x118x1.2mmx23.5 Coils (Green/4pcs) $8.00/pr

6745 4 Shock Spring14.4x117x1.3mmx26 Coils (Blue/4pcs) $8.00/pr

6746 4 Shock Spring 14.4 x 117 x 1.4mm x 26 Coils (Purple/4pcs) (Super Firm) $8.00/pr

6749 4 Shock Spring 14.4 x 117 x 1.4mm x 26 Coils (Black/4pcs) (Super Firm) $8.00/pr

75175 14 (2x7pairs) Pro 4 Spring Set (ID14mmxL25mm/7pairs) $32.00/pr
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Old 01-03-2007, 06:32 AM   #6554
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I have had some really good results with the corally spring sets.... and there are only two part numbers to write down.
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Old 01-03-2007, 08:13 AM   #6555
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which springs some are linear some progressive
The ones that we run on the Cyclone:
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