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Home > Technical Info > F.A.Q. > Off Road Racing Shock FAQ > What angle should I mount my shocks?

What angle should I mount my shocks?

Answer:

Shock angles greatly affect performance and design characteristics. Setup is key in maximizing the potential performance of your offroad racing shocks.

We recommend you set your shocks perpendicular to the angle of motion at full compression. This will provide a progressively stiffer suspension as you come closer to full compression.

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