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Old 03-29-2011, 08:20 PM   #1
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Default kyosho mp777 sp2 shock oil???

im looking for some help on a good starting point for kyosho mp 777 sp2 big bore shocks the set up sheet calls for like 550 wt is this kyoshos way of saying 55 wt or is it completely different if i had a place to start i could dial it in from there im starting with a box stock set up on everything else any suggestions would be appriciated
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Big bore. I would use 50wt to start out with....
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