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Old 02-14-2014, 01:11 AM   #616
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I'm looking for buy some yokomo springs for my 6.2 what springs would you buy the list I have is for carpet low-medium traction
Blue-12.12 YOKYS-14575L x4
Yellow- 14.71 YOKYS-1455L x4
Pink- 14.93 YOKYS-1565L) x4
Green- 16.06 YOKYS-15625 x4
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In mod class on carpet i usually run 400cst oil in 4 and yokomo blue all 4 with spring collars and spring cups.
When grip is crazy, i use 450cst in rear 400cst front and yoko blue spring rear and black in front.
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Old 02-14-2014, 07:59 PM   #618
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nvm lol
If you READ the caption below it it states that the front insert should be up when facing you in your car and the back should be facing down when the car is facing you
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Old 02-15-2014, 03:50 AM   #619
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oh you mean you have to read and not just look at the pictures.. anyway... i can read just fine, i was confused looking at the picture and realised what i was seeing. which is why i said NVM..
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Old 02-15-2014, 08:20 AM   #621
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oh you mean you have to read and not just look at the pictures.. anyway... i can read just fine, i was confused looking at the picture and realised what i was seeing. which is why i said NVM..
Well when I responded it was to your original post and you change it sorry..
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curious if you guys out there with the DCV's have put heat shrink around the retainer clip that holds the pin? Have never had these and curious if I should do that.
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curious if you guys out there with the DCV's have put heat shrink around the retainer clip that holds the pin? Have never had these and curious if I should do that.
I have not. If your using the Reflex ones watch as both clips are different sizes . There is info on there site to guide you thru build.
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curious if you guys out there with the DCV's have put heat shrink around the retainer clip that holds the pin? Have never had these and curious if I should do that.
Neither have I but thats a good idea as long as it doesnt affect the performance of the dcv just incase you break or something might hold together better
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Well when I responded it was to your original post and you change it sorry..
while i appreciate the help offered around here, i just dont dont appreciate being talked to like im dumb after i admited i misunderstood somthing i was confused about .
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do these fit the 6.2 shocks?
http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...tion-X-Rings-8
and when using the rsd bladders do i still need to drill the hole in the cap? also, does anyone have a nice hinge pin set for the car? all i see is the lunsford with turn buckles. i figured ae would have some gold ones
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How do I get 60% rebound in a shick?
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Old 02-19-2014, 06:55 AM   #630
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How do I get 60% rebound in a shick?
When building your shock, instead of pressing the rod end in all the way, compress it about 2/3 of the way. It will also depend on what bladder you use. To get exactly 60% you would have to measure the fully extended shock shaft, and figure out what 60% would be
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