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  1. #1
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    Pro-line power stroke shocks

    JUST BOUGHT PRO-LINE FRONT AND REAR SHOCKS(POWER STROKES) FOR MY RALLY 1/10.
    ANY SUGGESTION WHAT SHOCK OIL (TYPE AND VISCOSIT) I SHOULD USE FOR FILLING THEM UP ?

  2. #2
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    I'm using 50wt in front and 60wt in the rear. My rally is street only though. And I might come down in weight a little. Slightly to firm.

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    45 all around

  4. #4
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    50 all the way around on mine, tuned for street only
    I think i ran over the neighbor....

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    did any of you guys change springs? I never felt there was a reason to yet.

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    GS9- I thought about going with a stiffer set of springs, but have other adjustments to make before that happens.
    I think i ran over the neighbor....

  7. #7
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    never had the need to change lol but I didn't know if they made a better change when you did change springs

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    Not yet but I am using these. Just installed them on my scalpel conversion. Have not run it yet due to weather in New York.
    http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...ck-Limiter-Kit

  9. #9
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    I have these on my Slash 4x4 and bought the tuning kit. I use the stiffest springs. The stock spring seems weighted more for the 2wd Trucks. I noticed the top spring was completely collapsed when resting on the bench.
    Rally, Slash 4X4, Summit 1/16

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