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monotube vs. inverted monotube #287148 Sep 28, 8:30pm Sep 28, 8:30pm
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monotube vs. inverted monotube
Im presently deciding whether i want to get zeal B6 or the zeal V6 coilovers. i think the main difference between the 2 lines is that the B6 has a monotube whereas the V6 has an inverted monotube.

Anyone know which one is better and why?

Re: monotube vs. inverted monotube [Re: ev3] #287149 Sep 29, 7:47pm Sep 29, 7:47pm
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Which ever one costs more.

I would assume that the inverted monotube is better because it's less common, probably becuase of how much it costs. You can always email the retailer and ask which is better and why.

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