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depends on budget.

i currently use procomp but i dont have a cage etc and i do find them a bit soft even on a relatively standard weight 90..

if i had the cash i would get something trick like Fox, but more realistic OME or Bilsteins. Even more realistic on my non-existant budget would be terrafirma. Being completely realistic, i'll stick with ny 8 year old procomps until they leak their guts out cos i aint got no money......

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just had a look at the site and im going to join it as rtv trials will take the mundain out of pay and play sites.

i tend to take some markers with me on the play days and set out some courses on areas you would normally just skip. it makes it more interesting

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