There are issues with the shock absorbers though.
1) It is a 1/2" too long so the track is very tight, which is drastically decreasing the efficiency of the track.
2) They require too much force to compress. I probably only need 3/4 the required force needed.
3) They are very hard to find. I don't know if I'm searching for the right terms or not, but I only could find one http://www.pocketbikeparts.com/Shock_Front_Adjustable_11_1_2_inch_6mm_spring_p/atsh303238.htm
And there are hardly any specs regarding the force needed to compress
I've determined that my tracks aren't running as smoothly and efficiently because the track is too tight so I think I could kill two birds with one stone if I purchased new shock absorbers or some form of hydraulic dampening system.
The shock absorbers I have seem like they rebound too quickly also so I think some form of hydraulics is the answer. I'm inquiring professional assistance to see what the correct product I should be looking for is called.
When I look at high speed tanks like this, it looks like they use hydraulics, but I'm not sure. Something like that except if it were 11-11.5 inches (hole to hole) would be perfect.