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Old 05-11-2014, 08:49 AM
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Im having an absent minded moment here. Seems most common diff setup for truggy are 7-10-3... Here is my question what does 7-10-5 do to the rear and what would say 7-10-2 do to the rear that 7-10-3 doesnt??
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Going thick in the rear will make the rear feel more planted during cornering. The draw back to this is it will push a lot more when getting back under power comming out of the corner.
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