Originally posted by Schrijver99
:so the shocks moves a little better
If what you mean is making enough clearance, so you can turn left and right (when mounted) more than the stock balls can do.. Im agree with you. You got the point !!
This thing is defenetely the snakes should upgrades not straight or slanted position.
And most of broken shock shaft is begin with this tight clearance condition.
Julius, if we may suggest pls reduce the thickness of top pivot shock mounting (in flat ball position). So there is enough room for the shocks to move more freely when the wheel / arm impacted real hard.
Actually in my 710, lower bumper plate is cut in two!(whoa!!) just found it last night. But that was it... nothing else happen, even the top plate is still holds the droop screw precisely.
...And it doesnt broke the shock shaft.
I think this time the snakes did their homework quite well, handling wise...there is still so much thing to discover.