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Hey guys went out in the t2 today great ride high speeds , hills lots of mud been a lot of rain here. Slow speeds over rocks down trees think I finally got the air shocks set for now, till I get my own nitro kit. Wow what a difference yes at high speeds there is some body roll but I knew there would be. Went died this trail that has always been a beast and I said to my wife wow that was easy suspension flexed and worked as it should. Front shocks are at about 220cc oil and 355-360 psi nitro rears are at about 330-345 keep in mind rear shocks are larger. So all in all I'm really happy with the out come. But that being said I broke a rear fender ugh and got little play in r/r wheel oh well

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