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Pro-Line Shocks 101: Welcome to class! Here you’ll hear about what each shock feature does and how it is used and its effects on performance.

In this video we talk about the differences of the bladder and emulsion style of shocks that make the PowerStroke and Pro-Spec shocks different.

To jump to certain sections of the class, see the times below for areas of interest:

00:32 Springs
01:30 Bore Size & Shock Types
03:00 Shock Oils
03:20 Filling Tutorial

Spring Rate charts:
PowerStroke Shocks
http://prolineracing.com/images/howto…

Pro-Spec Shocks
http://prolineracing.com/images/howto…

For more on these shocks visit these pages
PowerStroke Shocks
https://www.prolineracing.com/powerst…

Pro-Spec Shocks
https://www.prolineracing.com/pro-spe…

Looking for some other Short Course products? Check out our entire line-up here:
https://www.prolineracing.com/short-c…

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At the end of every outdoor season, at the final 1:8 race of the year at the finale round of the Northwest Championship Tour in Pasco, Washington, we all feverishly prepare our cars for one final push on the dirt for the season. For most of the region, this will be the last time any driver touches a radio for the remainder of the calendar year. The race ends, we receive our series awards, take pictures, thank our sponsors for their support, and we go home and we wait. Some of us continue to travel around the Pacific Northwest or farther to race our 1:10 vehicles, but the attitude isn’t the same- we are all waiting for 1:8 season to start, as the carpet merely holds us over. For five months some of us rip around doing 12-14 second laps on a tight high grip track, while others simply stare at their vehicles. Eventually, the middle of February comes around, and we prepare our 1:8 vehicles again. Dirt racing has returned, and its name is Cabin Fever.

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READ Posted by: Travis Kendall in Factory Team, Race Events

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Raced in Anaheim,CA at The Yard. It was a great day to race, and great to be part of a memorial race. First heat, my car ran awesome and I was on a good run…finishing in 2nd. Second heat, I kept my focus and got the job done, again finishing in 2nd.

I felt good going into the Main. My car was on point and running amazing. I just had to do my job and keep my concentration and focus up heading into the final round. At the start of the Main, I checked out and was able to keep that pace throughout the race. I was totally focused and in my zone…got into my groove and just flew. I finished strong in 1st, a lap ahead of the rest of the group! A great race day and a great experience.

I ran Pro-Line Hole Shot M3 Tires and Pro-Line Phantom Body

David Carrasco Jr.

 

 

 

READ Posted by: David Carrasco in Factory Team, Race Events

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Rumble in the Rockies, held at MHOR RC Raceway had 255 entries with 1 qualifier Friday night, 3 Saturday, and triple A-Mains on Sunday.

I TQ’d and won 2WD and 4WD, winning the first two A-Mains in both.

Used MC Positron Front (2WD & 4WD) and Rear on both cars with the New Pro-Line Rear Wing.

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- Dustin Evans

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State Championship

Pro-Line Racing California State Championship Feb 18. Early sign ups are open.
You can Sign up @ www.coyotehobbiesraceway.com or in person @ the shop. Read the rest of this entry »

READ Posted by: Pro-Line Graphics Team in Factory Team, Friends of Pro-Line, Race Events
Scale Builder’s Guild recently held the Pro-Line Racing Ambush Build Off.
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1st Place
You can check out the presentations here:
http://scalebuildersguild.com/forum/showthread.php?25409-SBG-Pro-Line-Ambush-Build-off-Presentations
Great Job Everyone! Fantastic Builds.
 
Learn More about the Pro-Line Ambush 4×4 Mini Scale Crawler Here:

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Its Sweepstakes Time. Enter to win a set of Pro-Line TSL Bogger 1.9″ Rock Terrain Tires!

Enter on the Pro-Line Blog:
http://www.prolineracing.com/blog/sweepstakes/

or on Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/100487450012657/app/515720611858523

Good Luck!

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Dialed In Raceway hosted the final round of the Top Notch Tour this past weekend.  The event had 100 entries.

Adam Drake was the top qualifier in Nitro Buggy and Nitro Truck.  The main events got rained out and the finishing order was awarded based on qualifying.

This was the final round of the six race series and Adam Drake is the overall champion in Nitro Buggy and Nitro Truck!

Adam Drake ran Pro-Line M3 Hole Shots in Truggy and Buggy
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What a weekend.  Good laughs and some close racing.  Full Throttle Raceway in Green Island, NY is always a good time and draws some fierce competition every time I have been there.  Geoffrey Kothman and Rose Kothman run a very good program and maintain one of the best tracks in the Northeast.  Their personal sacrifices for the hobby never go unnoticed.

“I ran M4 Pro-Line Primes on everything…”

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