I was pretty happy with the suspension of my trail thru most terrain but when it came to jumping any kind of bigger jump I wasn't having any luck from keeping the back end from going over so it was pretty easy to figure out the shocks were bottoming out, so I ordered a set of Bandit 200/240 springs. The Bandit springs helped big time but it was still landing nose heavy, so I figured I would tear the rears apart and re valve them and add a schrader valve so they could be charged back up easier. I found a guy on ebay that sells and rebuilds shocks that helped me out on some hard to find parts so I called him up and he sells the seal kit and can get you any fox shims you need+ oil and I bought 4 schrader valves so I wouldn't need a needle to charge the shocks anymore, if your interested in the company just pm me and I will tell you the name. after I rebuilt and re valved the compression and rebound to slow them down it seemed to help quite a lot but found out that the front was compressing all the way to the bump stop so I re valved the fronts only on the compression side to slow it down a tad. it helped quite a bit but would like to slow it down some more to get the car to land a little more flat.