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Old 08-26-2008, 11:49 AM   #46
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try silver rear, green fronts for springs.

As for shock oil. I went with 32.5W front, and 27.5W rear, Trinity oil. I would say you could do 30W all around to start, #2 piston front, #1 rear.

Just for a starting place I checked setup sheets for the B44 & your setup is almost identical except reverse the springs.

I still plan to get some pics later. Thanks, BC
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Old 08-26-2008, 12:02 PM   #47
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Just for a starting place I checked setup sheets for the B44 & your setup is almost identical except reverse the springs.

I still plan to get some pics later. Thanks, BC
Yup. When we first started with the SB Pro V1s, with the stock shocks we used the #3 and #4 teflon pistons and AE silver rears, AE green fronts. This worked well.

when I did use AE shocks, I started with the BJ4 setup for shocks and had decent performance too.
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I got the body & gears today. thank [email protected]

Also for the setup sheets!

Next on the mod list will be rear droop.

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Yeah, the rear droop was another hot mod that I forgot to implement... I think I was just scared of screwing up the chassis with my butter fingers...
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