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Old 03-04-2016, 09:53 AM   #6960
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Originally Posted by snuvet75 View Post
This applies to every shock. Removing rebound will do what u said. Eliminating variables.but that is really vague statement.
Shocks r composed of 2 actions. Dampening and rebound. Dampening is from oils. Rebound is from springs. Drilling the cap eliminates the rebounding action from shock's pressure and makes it rely completely on springs for rebound. That way w every adjustment u make on spring tension u see the expected result at most.. So shocks r not supposed to have the rebound u mentioned. There comes in drilling the hole.
I personally dont do it because my car has been fine on the track w other adjustment but certainly drilling wouldnt hurt at all if not better as far as u do it correctly. Especially if u compete at national/inernational level, i dont see see why u dont do it.
Thank you for the clarity and explanation.
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