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Old 08-13-2006, 01:12 AM   #1
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Default Schumacher MI2 shocks

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Can anyone tell me how to build mi2 shocks. the book is really not that clear. Is the shock suppose to have full travel after it has been re-filled. I think mine's too hard cause I cannot compress them completely. If I drain a littlebit oil, I can compress them but they dont return completely.

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Old 08-13-2006, 01:16 AM   #2
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hey quick question on your shocks. is it from a mi2ec kit or the org. Mi2.

There is also a thread Schumacher. on here. you will get all the help you need there for sure. Also not clogging up the forum. Just to let you know.
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Hi Cyrrus.

No, its from the org MI2. how do I get to the schumacher part of this site. can you direct me please
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Brakkie - Use the "Search" function on the main electric page to look for info on Schumacher cars..

This is prob. the best way of doing things. I know there's a "schumacher corner" but I don't visit often so i'm not sure if it has the relevant info...

It's okay if you can't find it... better yet. Instead of posting it here, post it in the closest topic you can find. The schumacher corner would do just fine...


S'okay... We all need info smartly sometimes...
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LINK: http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthre...schumacher+mi2

THis will take you to the schumacher thread!
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The older screw bottom shocks where a pain in the a*se. If you can afford to I would upgrade to the Mi2EC shocks or the Tamiya equivalent to be honest.
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