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Old 09-30-2017, 11:02 PM   #1276
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Hard (stiffer) suspension bits are usually for very hot weather and/or very high traction but you can often get a reasonable setup on them under average conditions.
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Old 10-02-2017, 12:20 PM   #1277
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the hard uprights do take a board tap better than the std
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Originally Posted by Stusdal View Post
Is it common to use the hard suspesion parts, 903610, 903611 etc?

I dont see it mentioned in many setupsheets - but from previous classes/cars this is sometimes parts they "always" use anyway.

Is it the same here or is standard the more common way?
I only use the hard upper front arms. These give more steering than stock. The other hard parts don't really make much difference as I've found. The hard parts are also slightly heavier.
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