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Originally Posted by DonE View Post
I put 100lb coil over springs on the rear shocks. The torsion bars are 29mm and when I get on full throttle, the rear sits slightly and off it goes. I can stiffen the springs by adjusting them tighter for the track (no squat) or turn them down for a road trip (much easier on the kidneys). Works great for me.
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Call Clint at Rebel racing http://www.rebelracingproducts.com/index.html and he'll hook u up with a rear coilover kit.

Great all around guy, knows these suspensions inside out, and reasonable prices.

If you are running more or less stock rear bars, you may want to go to 200lb springs.... squat becomes next to nil and improves handling immensely too. Ask me how i know
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