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    Short stroke shocks for sapporo/challenger

    I'm going pretty damn low (maybe 3.5" ground clearance) so, as I understand it, to have at least some suspension travel I need to run short-stroke shocks.
    My question is: what, if anything, do you guys use?

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    I use Tokico Illuminas from an MR-2.

    Here's my write up:

    http://home.comcast.net/~DriftAbility/g ... serts.html

    You could easily apply this to your car.

    -Robert

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    Thanks
    how do the Starion struts mount to the body, with a strut top style jobbie or a loop mount?

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    3 bolt rubber isolators, exactly the same as the 4 bolt rubber isolator you have up front.

    -Robert

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    he needs somethign for the back as well. I havent looked into it much, but they use eye style ends on the top and bottom of the back.

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