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Old 05-11-2008, 05:54 PM   #1
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i was wondering what switching to the 1.4 shock pistion and drilling the two 1.1 holes would do to the handling.
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Should allow the shock to move smoother/quicker without too much pack.
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I never ran it with the 2 hole pistons, but the 4 hole pistons with 55wt all around ran pretty good. The car is very smooth and predictable on and off power and over jumps. Not a lot of pop off the face of larger jumps.
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