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    can some one please tell me what color springs are the hardest


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    Depends - what buggy have you got?



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    hyper 7 tq sport

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    White springs are the hardest

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    ok cool so how many colors are there for this buggy

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    it is hard to judge stifness according to color because after market parts come in any color
    u like. but in general, the less turns there are (longer pitches), the
    stiffer the spring.
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    thanks for the tip boutzb that makes it hard for buying them online



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    Boutzb,


    He is refered to the OFNA brand springs, and regardless of what exact OFNA buggy you have (ravager, hyper etc...) the white springs are the hardest that they make.

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    righto, so how many colors are there and what r they form soft to hard

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    Not sure if this is an approved MOD but my definition of stiffer springs is to pull them so they are longer and stretch?


    My Savage handles like crap though but it never bottoms out??



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    Quote Originally Posted by Loderunner


    Not sure if this is an approved MOD but my definition of stiffer springs is to pull them so they are longer and stretch?


    My Savage handles like crap though but it never bottoms out??





    lol. bush mechanics

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    Quote Originally Posted by David O
    Boutzb,


    He is refered to the OFNA brand springs, and regardless of what exact OFNA buggy you have (ravager, hyper etc...) the white springs are the hardest that they make.

    of course, the stiffness will be color coded within the OFNA productions. i thought he was just looking for stiffer springs for his hyper, but not exclusively OFNA branded springs.


    Quote Originally Posted by hammy
    thanks for the tip boutzb that makes it hard for buying them online



    not really. if you buy from proper sites, or from those who know what they're selling, a description of the rating for the spring (ppi)should be provided.
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    its all sorted i got some white ones from rchobbies thanks

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