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Old 06-03-2018, 05:12 PM
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Question for any of you that race 4x4 sct....

I am, hopefully, going to be running my first short course race this weekend on an outdoor clay track. I purchased an OFNA, Hyper 10sc, and I am wondering about ride height front/rear. I am running Proline Power stroke shocks, rears on all four corners cause the fronts just seemed too short to give me enough ride height.

Should it be level? I see many trucks that look like they are a few mm lower in the rear than the front, and just wanted to get some input from someone who has actually done it and might know what they are talking about.

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Here is some really good info - http://www.nitrohouse.com/Hyper-10SC...t-Up_b_18.html

Also, if the front upper arms are breaking on you. It really helps to boil them in water for 5 minutes which makes them more durable.

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Here is some really good info - http://www.nitrohouse.com/Hyper-10SC...t-Up_b_18.html

Also, if the front upper arms are breaking on you. It really helps to boil them in water for 5 minutes which makes them more durable.

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Ha!

That's awesome. This truck actually belonged to Tim Bump, who wrote that guide. Thanks.
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