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Old 11-26-2009, 07:19 AM
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Tried something interesting with running T3 with no shock oil. The car feels very responsive and lots of tracking in any way. I run on a med tracking track, car runs good. And I do not feel anything abnormal. I think if I need slower car reaction, I can either use very thin silicone oil or thicker and stiffer o ring. And I run with soft springs, so it helps here. But my point is the car do not act badly with no oil in 4 concerns. In fact, it runs good. It should not do you any slower in track if you can handle this fast reaction. Plus there is no more oil change or leaking any more. Try it, it may be good for you too.
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Old 11-26-2009, 07:28 AM
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Can you really adjust settings properly without shock oil? I don't think you could be really competitive without it.
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Old 11-26-2009, 07:35 AM
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Can you really adjust settings properly without shock oil? I don't think you could be really competitive without it.
For average racers, they do not change shock oil at the track. So this setting keeps constant.
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Tried something interesting with running T3 with no shock oil. The car feels very responsive and lots of tracking in any way. I run on a med tracking track, car runs good. And I do not feel anything abnormal. I think if I need slower car reaction, I can either use very thin silicone oil or thicker and stiffer o ring. And I run with soft springs, so it helps here. But my point is the car do not act badly with no oil in 4 concerns. In fact, it runs good. It should not do you any slower in track if you can handle this fast reaction. Plus there is no more oil change or leaking any more. Try it, it may be good for you too.

Post your laptimes for a full run. Put 350cst all the way around and then post your laptimes again. Would like to see the difference.
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Post your laptimes for a full run. Put 350cst all the way around and then post your laptimes again. Would like to see the difference.
I don't have that much passion then before. Somebody please do it
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ur kidding right? last time i did somethin that different was 'borrowing' straight 30 from dad's mower parts shelf as a kid since i couldnt afford those new fangled bottles of silicone on 5bux/mth allowance.

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I don't have that much passion then before. Somebody please do it
I was a subtle way of implying oil is faster.
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wow never tried that ....
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