When I hit the throttle, the back end dips real bad and the front lifts up really high. I have the center diff in it, so the wheels don't lift off the ground. I would rather have a little more level acceleration and driving. It just really stands tall in the front and VERY low in the rear. Is that just how these trucks are? I have the following setup:
gold springs in the rear
orange springs in the front...I think. Really hard to see color on the red
about 1/2 of the threaded portion showing on all the shocks
sway bars installed
Not too sure if that all matters, but I thought I would put it up anyway. As for shock fluid, I am unsure. I just got the car and I don't know if the guy did anything to it when he had it. I don't race, I bash only. It drives fine and all, but it just looks goofy and out of place when the front is 7" off the ground and the back is 2". Looks like a dog dragging his butt on the carpet.
One thing I don't want to loose is the fact that it doesn't bottom out...pretty much ever. I would like to keep that if I can. Sorry for all the questions. I'm a rustler guy and this is a whole new world for me