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Pro-Line shock shafts

Martijn

Well-Known Member
#3
Would they really make a big difference? Maybe a little little bit smoother but I think most of us wouldn't even feel it..
 

Martijn

Well-Known Member
#7
Pfft, too expensive for me...
I'm going to stick with the regular ones :D
 

Martijn

Well-Known Member
#11
I run the Avid springs and love them. I also have the factoryone-rc.com shock bushings and they really help with getting the buggy more consistent.
What spring cups and shock collars are you using?
I might go with the Avid too.
 
#12
I have used both the Ghea collars and Avids. I prefer the Ghea product but they both work fine. The bottom spring cups are for a Losi 22. The car isn't in front of me but I believe I have red front and yellow rear on it and I run the short pack.
 

Martijn

Well-Known Member
#13
I have used both the Ghea collars and Avids. I prefer the Ghea product but they both work fine. The bottom spring cups are for a Losi 22. The car isn't in front of me but I believe I have red front and yellow rear on it and I run the short pack.
Oke, thanks
 

Cooper

Well-Known Member
#14
So have you got a chance to try these out? Because I just dont see $70 in just shafts helping out much.