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  1. #1 Default rear shocks up front 
    rear shocks up front


    this has been working very well for me for quite some time now,a few simple mods to drop the arms and off you go.works much better for jumping and bumping.you also get about 3/4" more travel below the chassis.

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    Looks very good.

    How does it affect stability in turns?

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    Jesper Rex, Nuuk, Greenland
    FG Leopard Race, 29cc race ported DDM SiKK conversion, Elcon'ized and Sensor'ized
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    When the Baja is on the ground what position are the arms in? Level or just slighly declined? Do you run it on a track? What are the conditions on the track?

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    arms are close to level when it sits on the ground.i run 20wt oil with dampening set on largest hole.i run my track lots of jumps and bumps.turns very well.good bash setup.

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    What are the steel braces across the front of the arms?
    Do they help strengthen the front end?

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    Those might be B&T customs arm braces.. The new arms are beefier than the originals so you may not need bracing any longer.

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    Yep, since the new arms I havnt broke or bent one

    My Baja is faster than yours
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    I made those braces out of an old ruler many moons ago,brice liked the idea and started making them.His are much nicer they wrap around the arms.

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    Ya, you made them thats the fun part.

    My Baja is faster than yours
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    Did you use the front shocks in the back?

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