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    emaxx shocks

    I was curious is there any ways to stiffen the stock shocks. Or does anyone know where I can find stronger springs for the shocks. I put new motors on and the shocks seem weak sagging and slams on jumps.
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    RE: emaxx shocks

    i know these are kinda expensive but i hear that integy piggy back shocks are good. or for like 200 i got custom built shocks for my t-maxx from american cnc, and i love them
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    RE: emaxx shocks

    buy some stiffer springs, and get some thicker shock oil. also put a length of fuel tubing around the shafts to prevent bottoming out
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    RE: emaxx shocks

    Thanks ill have to give it a try

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    RE: emaxx shocks

    Traxxas Tmaxx 3.3-WAAAAAY to much done to list
    Redcat Earthquake 8E-Completly stock

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    RE: emaxx shocks

    Thanks Masterhacker I just ordered a set off of amazon they are to cheap not to try.

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    RE: emaxx shocks

    When I had my e-maxx with the MM combo I bought the integy spring set:

    http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXKTH4&P=7

    5 different sets of springs to see what you like. I ended up using the red(hard) and was pretty satisfied.
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    RE: emaxx shocks

    Hey Masterhacker I bought those springs you suggested. By far the best dollar I've spent yet they are way stronger than the stock springs. Even with the heavy motors.

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    RE: emaxx shocks

    Which ones worked the best? Iadded the FLM A arms and the bulk heads and the weight is a problem with the stock socks.


    ORIGINAL: masterhacker1989

    Here ya go:
    http://www.google.com/products/catal...ed=0CE8Q8wIwAA

    ive geard good things about these springs:
    http://www.rcraveninc.com/category/t...alratesprings/

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    RE: emaxx shocks

    I used the first link he posted they r like a dollar off of Amazon. If that's nit strong enough u could useca heavier shock oil.


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