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Originally Posted by Kraig View Post
From my personal experience, and yours may vary, I found the car to roll more in the corner. When I ran the shocks more upright it wouldn't roll as much and it would lose traction as the car moved through the corner.

Next time you are at the track run the shock upright for a few laps to get the feeling. Then lay it down as far as you can to see how that feels. If you like it laid down then think about drilling that extra hole.
Interesting... My experience was the opposite. We run med bite and it was too in predictable in the rear. Put them back up 1 and worlds better.
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