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Old 06-28-2007, 10:14 AM   #1
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Default MRX4R REAR UPPER SHOCK POSITION

CAN SOMEONE TELL ME WHICH HOLE DOES THE REAR UPPER SHOCKS NEED TO BE IN, I INSTALLED THEM WHERE THE SET UP SHEET SAID TO, AND I RUN AT CRYSTAL AND SOMEONE TOLD ME FOR THAT TRACK INSTALL THEM IN THE SECOND HOLE DOWN FROM THE TOP...


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Just leave them in the 2nd to bottom hole. Front in the middle hole.

The stock setup should get you around fine. There are plenty of drivers there running Mugen cars, if any help is needed im sure someone will be there to give you a hand!
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Thanks dogg, good looking out.


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