we could measure the free length of the shocks. if these are shorter you will want them. the shorter shock gets the front end down. basically when the sled is on ice, you want to come off the drivers and have very little drop to the ice. so the track just goes down a little to come in contact with the ice, and then straight back to the rear wheels, and then over the rear wheels as level as it can to the front drivers. if it comes off the drivers, and then has to bend down around the front of the rails around the rear wheels up to the rear crossshaft, bend around them to the front drivers again. every bend is friction, friction is seconds on the clock or mph taken away.
we can try and do a cheap as possible front end. take out the sway bar all together, a brtech hood with no headlight or gague pod, you use plexiglass or buy a head light cover and rivet or glue into place.
the biggest thing is that the speed track has the short lugs to really put the pics into the ice. and then its also designed for speed sleds or drag sleds that have high hp and traction.
heck the speed track i would let this one go for 250 shipping included obo.
if the shocks are shorter than yours make me an offer,
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