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Old 05-06-2009, 08:03 PM   #1
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i have an 1/8 ofna 9.5 pro and the front end is just to darn bouncy for me...what weight oils would you guys suggest i should try....i cant remember whats in there now..may be like 30 or 40
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its 30 allround for the front i would put 40w and 35 r u can use the same springs on the buggy but usally when u do use heavyier oil u use stiffer springs. belive it our not some setups say 25 w r thats light man but than agian thats for tracks that have no big jumps
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