Originally Posted by donnie_p
Thanks for your info
Have you tried the shocks on asphalt? Do you think they'll work just fine?
I don't see why it wouldn't work on a not so bumpy asphalt track and technical. I have yet to try it because the asphalt tracks I race at are parking lots and bumpy. Take notice, the short shocks do come with spring holders that let the springs sit closer to the track surface. I also believe running a lot of droop is a factor with short shocks, the window is smaller compared to standard, thus the reason behind running the Slf shorts on a smoother surface with less droop.