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Old 12-15-2013, 11:32 PM
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if you're running on pavement only theres no reason you cant use swaybars. Heck, anything high grip/bite i'd probably run swaybars.

Drop your rideheight (you dont need it for pavement), increase your rear spring stiffness, thicken your shock fluid, add a bit of weight on the nose if you need more steering.
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Thanks guys. Yeah, I wouldn't think there'd be much weight to transfer...lol.
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to drop ride height, add a mm or two of spacers under the shock piston.
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Originally Posted by WannaBeSTi View Post
Thanks guys. Yeah, I wouldn't think there'd be much weight to transfer...lol.
There is weight there to transfer your running higher traction tires so its lifting your front end off the ground basically your trying to turn a dragster at the beginning of its hole shot for lack of a better explanation
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Old 12-16-2013, 06:50 PM
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Originally Posted by ThePanda View Post
to drop ride height, add a mm or two of spacers under the shock piston.
Good idea, i was actually trying to make it a higher ride height for the terrain behind my house, but i might drop it to play on the street this weekend!
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