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Old 08-14-2008, 09:33 PM   #1
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I have just bought a set of Hyper Big Bore shocks for my H8.

Can anyone tell me if they make a difference to the handling of the buggy???

I got a set of softer springs as well.

Do you need to run softer oils as they are bigger.??

They came pre assembled with oil in them.

Don't know what weight oil is in so what is a good starting point??

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hi mark 35-30 is what i used to run, i think they came with 30wt
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