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Old 12-18-2007, 04:44 AM   #1
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just bought a new OS.max 21 vzb v spec. (13890)
I am running Odonnell 30%
Do I need to add the extra shimm that comes in the box.

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lol, you shouldnt.... but is there a shim on the button to start out with?

does it come with a plug? knowing O.S. it will most likely. what type is the plug then?
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the shim is more than likely there to use during break in. it will decrease compression so you don't wear out your brand new motor and it'll be easier to turn over on the bump box
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the shim is more than likely there to use during break in. it will decrease compression so you don't wear out your brand new motor and it'll be easier to turn over on the bump box
Thanks Salteen,

Called Carolinas rc and they said the same thing.

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