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Old 09-01-2011, 12:50 PM
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Ryan,

Can you post a pic on where we need to drill? Also drill size..

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Originally Posted by Theroc View Post
Ryan,

Can you post a pic on where we need to drill? Also drill size..

Thanks,
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I used a 3/64" bit...took 15mins or so. Mine are in the same location as the pic. I did see StPete said something about bouncing. StPete can you get into that a little more..curious what you mean by that?

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Quote the post as some have the forum settings set to view different amounts of posts at once so it may not be on page 1259 for everyone.

http://www.rctech.net/forum/9599207-post18877.html
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I remember someone posting a link to a video that had Mike Truhe describing how to build an emulsion shock but I cant seem to find it. Anyone know where that is. I tried the search but came up empty. Did a you tube search and found a Tim Bump video on building an emulsion shock, but with Tim Bumps method it doesn't look like you need the bleeder hole. Id like to compare the 2 videos so I can see what the difference is between the 2 methods.

Anyway, anyone know where the Mike Truhe emulsion shock video is?
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can someone explain to me what the advantage to emulsion is over bladder?
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Not a video but are you looking for this?

http://losiracing.blogspot.com/2011/...hock-tips.html



Originally Posted by jhautz View Post
I remember someone posting a link to a video that had Mike Truhe describing how to build an emulsion shock but I cant seem to find it. Anyone know where that is. I tried the search but came up empty. Did a you tube search and found a Tim Bump video on building an emulsion shock, but with Tim Bumps method it doesn't look like you need the bleeder hole. Id like to compare the 2 videos so I can see what the difference is between the 2 methods.

Anyway, anyone know where the Mike Truhe emulsion shock video is?
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Originally Posted by jhautz View Post
I remember someone posting a link to a video that had Mike Truhe describing how to build an emulsion shock but I cant seem to find it. Anyone know where that is. I tried the search but came up empty. Did a you tube search and found a Tim Bump video on building an emulsion shock, but with Tim Bumps method it doesn't look like you need the bleeder hole. Id like to compare the 2 videos so I can see what the difference is between the 2 methods.

Anyway, anyone know where the Mike Truhe emulsion shock video is?
Funny, I was just searching for this myself. I found it by using "emulsion video".

http://www.rctech.net/forum/9497931-post16714.html
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Originally Posted by barry1me View Post
can someone explain to me what the advantage to emulsion is over bladder?
Better balance, better landing and better grip.
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from the mike truhe shock video.. it seems like it did not rebound?? after he pulled out shaft, seems like it just stayed that way.. is this how its suppose to be with emulsion style shocks??
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yep
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Originally Posted by bustanut666 View Post
from the mike truhe shock video.. it seems like it did not rebound?? after he pulled out shaft, seems like it just stayed that way.. is this how its suppose to be with emulsion style shocks??
Yeah you want little to no rebound with emulsion shocks.
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on emulsion shocks are they running heavier or lighter shock oils with them
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Originally Posted by bigjerry View Post
on emulsion shocks are they running heavier or lighter shock oils with them
I answered that question on the previous page.. There is no difference in the weight of oil between emulsion and bladder.
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I searched YouTube and found a Tim Bump video on emulsion shocks for the SCTE and you don't have to drill the caps. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IgLTY17vPHg

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Originally Posted by suby723 View Post
Yeah you want little to no rebound with emulsion shocks.
Even with bladder you don't...at least that's my opinion on it.
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