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Old 09-12-2012, 12:52 PM   #8
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everyone gave you good ideas to check.

One more thing might be if the rear is lowered at all. It seems pretty common for people to lower the rear or take all the preload out of the rear shock and that kills the handling too.
My real bet is on underinflated tires though. Its amazing how many people don't check their tires and some shops are horrible about this too.

A well setup strom actually handles very well and drops into the turns just fine.
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