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Old 01-10-2011, 05:10 PM   #1
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just got a sc8 and was woundering what set ups you guys run. i run on a very loose and smooth track with big jumps. and the truck always nose dives off the big jumps. cold use your input all the way from hawaii. aloha
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just got a sc8 and was woundering what set ups you guys run. i run on a very loose and smooth track with big jumps. and the truck always nose dives off the big jumps. cold use your input all the way from hawaii. aloha
nose diving on the sc8 is a common problem, the fix is to run a heavier shock oil in the rear, try 50wt in the rear.
also might want to pick up a spare set of spindles, they break
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