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Old 08-23-2012, 03:59 AM   #1
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Hi Guys. I want some better shocks for my Kyosho FW-06. The manual lists V-One VZ075 shocks as the performance upgrade. I can find some Kyosho VZ307 on ebay for a good price. Will they fit and are they any good?
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I do think the original shocks are OK, what is wrong with the current shocks?
Getting other shocks is giving the same question, do they provide what is needed?

I think it is better to take a deep dive into silicone oils and rebuilding shocks.
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Fair point. I was planning on puting the FW-06 shocks on my FW-05 (which aren't screw adjustable). The 06 shocks are good and running 50wt silicone oil all around. I need to get some 30wt I think for the rear. Soften it up a little for more traction.
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