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Old 07-04-2004, 07:32 PM   #1
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Default Xray shock oil & Evo2 set-up sheets

Every set-up suggestion specifically states Xray 30wt oil. Is there any real difference in oil brands? [psst,....always used AE or kit supplied and have had no problems; easy to get and cheap.....don't tell any other Xray owners.....I fear the bashing to come... ]

Any place to download Evo2 set-up sheets? All I can find are for the 04 factory kit [with c-hubs and one row of upper shock rear mounting holes, two position front upper shock holes, two position front lower mounting holes, two position ream camber mounitng holes, etc., etc., ...].

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I've been told, but can't confirm, that Xray 30 wt. is roughly equivilent to Associated 35... I'm assuming that there's about a 5wt. difference in each grade, but again, I can't confirm.

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the easiest way to tell is to use a losi shock matching tool. put associatted 30wt in one shock and xray 30wt in the other.

i run xray 30wt in the front and associatted 25wt in the rear (used to run xray 30wt front n back) and the associatted 25wt oil makes the car stick more initially than the xray 30wt did.
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Any place to download Evo2 set-up sheets?
try the xray VIP room
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Old 07-04-2004, 09:39 PM   #5
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Josh Cyrul has some posted at CEFX Dot Net .

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