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Old 04-07-2011, 10:21 AM   #1
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I am thinking of changing from AKA to JConcepts.

The AKA inserts seem to be a lot harder than the JC equivalent, so do I need to change anything setup-wise on my cars to get the best out of the tires.

I am thinking about going stiffer with the shocks, as the softer inserts will absorb some of the bumps before the shocks are needed. Is this correct?

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try it as is first.
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You can run both brands of tires....
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