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    Racing Stabilisers

    Hello,

    I have a TA04 85% hopped up and i just acquired the RACING STABILISER SET (Front) and I have a HARD Stabliser (Blue) placed. I am getting my TRF Damper Flourine Coated Shocks soon and I have the On-Road HARD Tuned Spring Set.

    I wanna race and i don't know what to do.

    So plz answer these questions anyone!

    (1) What Stabiliser should I use with the HARD springs? Yellow, Red or Blue?

    (2) The On-Road Tuned HARD set only has TWO of each spring. So theres SOFT, MED, STIFF and SUPER STIFF SPRINGS - which ones should i place on the FRONT SHOCKS and whioch ones should I place on the BACK SHOCKS?

    (3) What Stabiliser Setting should I use in the REAR when i get the RACING STABILISER SET (REAR)?


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    Re:Racing Stabilisers

    oh the Stabilisers I got are the TA04 RACING STABILISER (FRONT) by the way,so i ain't talking bout normal ones! ;D

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    RaceChat Supporter Dave I has a level 1 reputation
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    Re:Racing Stabilisers

    I ran an 04 for a couple of years, and found there was rarley a need for the rear stab. bar. You tend to use them depending on track contitions. Where you find the rear is gripping too much then fit an ati-roll bar.

    The front is off more use. I did tend to use the yellow or blue one on tracks where you had too much steering

    Hope this helps. Do you race indoors or outdoors?

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    Re:Racing Stabilisers

    indoors mostly. but i dn't know what springs to go for??? no one has answered my qustions fully"!!!!! :???

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    RaceChat Supporter Dave I has a level 1 reputation
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    Re:Racing Stabilisers

    Where do you race, what sort off surface, short twisty or open fast track?

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