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Old 08-12-2004, 08:26 PM   #16
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Thanks Team MPP, never thought about trying solid front and rear. Might try that!
Any suggestions on how to set it up??
I basically set the car up with same shock oils, pistons, springs and tire shores, front and rear. I'm working with a NTC3 of course. Thanks Bob
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Thanks Team MPP, never thought about trying solid front and rear. Might try that!
Any suggestions on how to set it up??
I basically set the car up with same shock oils, pistons, springs and tire shores, front and rear. I'm working with a NTC3 of course. Thanks Bob
You already have a good starting point. You might end up going slightly softer on the front but it wont be too far away. You should find the stock suspension settings (camber, caster, etc) work pretty good with maybe minor changes depending on the grip and track as usual.
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