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Old 07-17-2009, 05:14 PM   #1
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Default ofna lx one shock oil

does anybody know what shock oil weight the ofna lx one came preloaded with??

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Best bet is to go 35wt all around.
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Best bet is to go 35wt all around.
i have the threaded shock all the way down and i brung the shocks down on the shock towers and i drop it from about 1 foot and it smacks the ground.
i have tried 40, 45, and even 80 weight in them but it still does it
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And???

If you don't want the buggy bottoming out try stiffer springs.
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And???

If you don't want the buggy bottoming out try stiffer springs.
ya i know but when i first got it i didnt know a thing about rc cars, but when i got it it didnt bottom out, but now i got something wrong and it does.

are you saying its normal to hit the ground like that?
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ya i know but when i first got it i didnt know a thing about rc cars, but when i got it it didnt bottom out, but now i got something wrong and it does.

are you saying its normal to hit the ground like that?
Not really but how are you building your shocks?

Use this video as a guide.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rixBJu93Qyw
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Not really but how are you building your shocks?

Use this video as a guide.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rixBJu93Qyw
what do you mean building
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