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Old 24-08-2015
11Gtollman 11Gtollman is offline
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Default Dex410 rear shocks on the back.

Hi all.

Just wondering, has anyone tried this before with their dex410? Putting the rear shocks on the back of the tower. Rather than turn the wishbones, and change the angles etc i just drilled a hole at the rear which lines up to the middle hole in the wishbone. Has anyone tried this? If so, what did it change handling wise?

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Old 31-08-2015
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Have you tried it yet?
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Old 31-08-2015
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Have you tried it yet?
Yes. I tried it once on a bumpy Astro track. The results weren't great. It improved the rear grip, but it took away from the way it handles the bumps quite dramatically. In a couple of days time I will run them on smooth Astro and see what they are like on that. But so far, standard seems better.
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Ok fair enough
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