Old 02-26-2018, 04:41 PM
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QDRHRSE
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A 4wd will always be best in low traction. For 2 wheel I have been running a 22 4.0 in laydown configuration with great success on wet dirt with the stock set up. All I did was add some weight and change the springs and oil. I run the aluminum camber block and ball stud mount with 14g on the servo and I run a brass C mount. I'm pretty dialed. As far as springs go, I run grey/white associated fronts and green associated rears and 27.5 & 25 oil. All the set up is by the book using the inner vla on the front. Its outstanding on relatively low traction wet dirt. It seems like the 22 4.0 works everywhere with the same exact set up with only changes to the oil/springs. The B5M also worked great in low traction conditions.
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