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post #46 of Old 05-10-2019, 05:49 PM
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You don't see much info on coil overs and bypasses is because it is a total waste of money on most set ups and people buy coil overs and bypass shocks for the bling. Almost nobody with the EVO stuff actually does any tuning on the system to get the most out of the $10k you spent on it. "but its EVO tuned" Thats total marketing bullshit. Bypass shocks are sensitive to weight and up/down ratio as well as what you are going to do with it. Their valving is pretty generic as well. Ones I have opened were just a progressive stack. Most people that run their kits also run them too low and have an unbalanced up/down ratio where you are basically running on the bump stop zone and not really using the main compression zone. Running them at low lift height also means that most people do not have any preload in there set up to make the shocks more responsive.

One thing that would help the rear steer is moving the axle lower control arm mount up so it is more centered on the axle. This will flatten out the arm a bit and give you more clearance under the axle.

Some build info here:
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