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Old 12-13-2003, 03:37 PM   #1
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Arrow Serpent Rear Professive Pre-Tension Springs

I've never seen these before and just found them while browsing MyTSN.com. They look pretty interesting, has anyone on here used them before? Opinions?

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Default Re: Serpent Rear Professive Pre-Tension Springs

I used them before on my 705 and Impulse PRO. It supposedly makes the suspension more progressive.

I believe if you mount the shocks on the bearing blocks, you do not need to use these pre-tension springs especially if you used the longer rear Veteq springs in the 705 / Impulse.
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