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Old 08-06-2014
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Default 210v2 shock piston and oils

so I looked at a few setup sheet and have seen so many different combination of piston and oil is the a general starting point I have used the kit setting and it feels very soft on and off the track
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Old 09-06-2014
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i have run 1.6 x 3 front and 1.7 x 3 rear with 50wt front and 30wt rear and it was very good! when building the v2 i saw they recommended the 1.7 x 2 front and that is what i run in the 410 and like it so i have 1.7 x 2 front 50wt and 1.7 x 3 30wt rear and it feels really good on the table, i havent raced it yet, the rear could be a little heavier maybe, i run the car as mid motor and on med to high grip most times indoors. black spring front, light blue rear
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Old 10-06-2014
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I use 3x1.5mm in the front with 450cst oil and 4x1.5mm in the rear with 300cst oil. This works for me on most surfaces really well and all I tend to do is change link lengths for different tracks.
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Old 24-06-2014
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I find this combination works well in most settings from low to medium bite with med sized jumps. If high bite, use 37Front, 32 rear

35wt losi 3x1.6

30wrt losi 3x1.6
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