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Front "sway bar" about

just made this change,
compression shock absorbers, front,
and springs, hardly regulated,
this do
as an effect stabilizer bar,
I still have to test in all circumstances,
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IDK but don't think this will last long. And why would you not want the shocks to extend? That would bts out of you through any whoop like terrain. But please update this thread, and let us know how it worked for you.

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IDK but don't think this will last long. And why would you not want the shocks to extend? That would bts out of you through any whoop like terrain. But please update this thread, and let us know how it worked for you.

In addition to limiting the extension,
of shock absorbers,
they are also very compressed,
with this rope,
this means,
shocks amortize, only when they are subjected to a greater weight, than before.
Now we come, why?
When I am on a land road, really inclined,
transversely,
so no uphill or downhill,
but lateral inclination,
first I noticed,
front tire,
inner,
the one on the low side,
shock absorber really go down,
while,
opposite shock absorber, front,
extend,
this means the quad,
assumes a greater inclination,
of the road,
and this I do not like,
with this system,
the shock absorber, which is low side,
it does not compress much,
and shock absorber, high side,
do not extend
so you have a sense of security,
greater.
Yes, that rope is already broken,
I'm getting bands, climbing.
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