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XB8 upgrade to Losi 2.0 shocks

Old 08-03-2010, 02:26 PM
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Questions?? XB8 upgrade to Losi 2.0 shocks

Any one put a set of Losi 2.0 shocks on a XB-8? I was just wondering what there set up was? I bought Losi shocks for my XB-8 but have no clue for a starting set up?
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Old 08-03-2010, 02:40 PM
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Front= Silver springs, 54 pistons and 40wt oil
Rear= Green springs, 56 pistons and 25wt oil
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Old 08-03-2010, 02:44 PM
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associated rc8 shocks work good to but the guy above^^^ the springs and pistons are good but the weight depends on ur track for where i am i go a lil heavier in rear to 27.5 and 35 in front its prefrence lol.
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How about the shock position on the car?
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Originally Posted by Nitro-nutz View Post
How about the shock position on the car?
try the center or inside
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Do you think 40 front and 35 rear are too heavy? i'm racing outdoors in Pa
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