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I own a Trooper T4 and during routine maintenance found that the rear R/H side shock had nil gas pressure (rear L/H side good with 145 psi) Found problem with leaking valve stem of which I have now fixed. The manual says 145 psi for shocks. Does this apply to the two front shocks as well which are much smaller than the rear? Both front shocks showing 45 psi. Would welcome any advice.

Macca

Australia 

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silverbullet

If the shock is empty and schrader valve was leaking.You should use nitrogen gas you can just air them up with air compressor.The nitrogen gas has no moisture in it.Any where from 120 to 180 psi.The more pressure you will stiffen the ride.Front and rear shocks.Custom cams make a ton more torque.If you want that chery engine to make more power go with cams you do not have to remove head you can do it on the Trooper we will have a video and instruction.

Rich

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HI Just go to You Tube and put in silverbulletmotorsports  cams.Should come up we are going to make new video.In the Video you see we did not remove the head.Take a look this cam guy makes some great performance.The cams will make the power Trooper should have been built with.Not pokey any more hills sand no problem.It brings torque up off the scale.

Rich

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