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I am running m/t et drag full slicks. sharad you don't think I should tighten the rear?
No, I would start with tightening the fronts. If you make too many changes at once, you won't know which one helped.



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What Will tightening the front do?


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It should help with launching. The front comes up them it comes down by tightening the front it will help with keeping the nose up instead of dropping all the way down.

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If I recall correctly, your nose came up quickly then unloaded the rear suspension. This will just slow that travel to keep it from unloading the rear tires.


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