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Old 03-21-2011, 03:45 PM   #2582
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Hi Stefan,
truth behind springs is - HPI springs have different feeling during compression (and seem to be preferred on asphalt on many cars not only Schumacher).

Other reason is that Schumacher released long time ago their own range of springs as complement to Associated springs that were available at time.
So now you don't have range of springs from Schumacher to fine tune spring rates. So if you've got whole range of different manufacturer you can adjust your shocks a bit better.

Anyway I was able to race with Schuey springs only without any issues.
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