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Old 02-16-2017, 12:57 PM
 
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Originally Posted by rotor head33 View Post
Ummmm no. How would you lose the fluid when it has a screw in it? How on earth can you build an emulsion shock with removing 100% of the air?
I am referring to a hole without a screw in it. Like the Losi 2.0 bladder shock trick. You would drill a hole and leave it open. It was to allow the air behind the bladder to exit, and enter, through to keep from developing too much air pressure behind the bladder.

Like I said, only use a fluid bleeder hole with an emulsion shock.
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