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Old 04-23-2007, 04:23 PM   #1
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Hi guys,

I'm getting ready to rebuild the shocks in me Team Associated T3 and I was wondering what weight oil I should use. If you go to www.medinarcraceway.com you can see pictures of the current track layout. There are quite a few jumps and sharp turns. Being new to this I don't know what weight I should start with as a baseline.

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from what i have seen on setup sheets and what other people have used oil has been between 35-25. i use 30 in my b3
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I would start with AE 30wt oil all around with #2 pistons up front and #1 pistons in the rear.
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