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ZetaCRD, 10 clicks from stiffest front, 11 clicks from stiffest rear:

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Tested 10 clicks in the rear but then it becomes too loose, a tad faster in the tighter corners but slower everywhere else as the rear starts sliding too easily. Track and berms aren't smooth enough to run 9/9 either. I have about -2.5 of neg camber in the front.
 


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Shock boots could use to be a bit sturdier! they've just disintegrated... I'll source some 4x4 boots and stuff them on, because, well, rally car!!
 


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Shock boots could use to be a bit sturdier! they've just disintegrated... I'll source some 4x4 boots and stuff them on, because, well, rally car!!
I'll look into it to see what I can improve.
Is it the front or the rear that is the concern?

Jerrick
 


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I'll look into it to see what I can improve.
Is it the front or the rear that is the concern?

Jerrick
Rears specifically - I drive on gravel too much for the shock shafts to be unprotected... I've gotta come up with something.

EDIT - check that, all 4 have no boots left.
 


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