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Old 11-08-2009, 09:16 AM   #16
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I'll take a picture of mine; I think it's near that point.

I'll mic some points too, to check chassis thickness. I dunno what's factory for an ST-RR though. Where should I measure?
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I use the DE racing skid plate and bump skid so my chassis is nowhere near being done, but the stock jammin droop screws have pounded four 2mm holes in my chassis. Not much longer and they will be through. Gonna pick up the mugen ones in hopes of staving off chassis replacement.
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Ive just bought a set for BNT Droop screws and they are awsome no marks on my new Mugen chassis and they were only $5 a set of four.
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I don't use them, I've found it can alter your droop too much. If you need to limit droop then put spacers inside the shocks under the piston. It will ensure that both shocks have the same droop.
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