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Old 03-16-2007, 09:19 AM   #1
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Default Increase Ride height and more shock travel on TC-4

A buddy of mine just got a TC-4 and would like to set it up to run more like a rally car. I dont know much about these cars (I'm all off road), so anyone have any tips on how to best get increased ride height and suspension travel on these? Your advice is greatly appreciated!
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longer shock shafts, unscrew the eyelets on the bottom of the shock more, no droop screws, might have to grind the chassis out where the arm would hit it then. Don't know what else really.
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that sounds about right that what i would do

and get some hpi rally tires
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