i would put the preload ring at the top of the shock front and rear (i.e. making the preload softer)... u want to sit as low as possible for MX........ im sure u knew that but just wanted to get the reason through of raising the proload ring ........ as for compression/rebound...... not sure exactly because i havnt seen ur track or seen how hard you ride...... just go to ur track and mess w/ it..... my advice is to bring sumone w/ u (or if u know sumone at the track)....... and give them a stopwatch.... run like 5-10 laps on each set-up and keep messing w/ the compression and rebound until u hav recorded ur fastest series of lap times.... just my $.02Originally posted by Britboy@Nov 18 2003, 02:51 PM
Was wanting advice on suspension set-up for Motocross. E.g how many clicks in/out on the preload, rebound etc. detailed set-ups would be great....i way 185lbs also, thanks
I'm going to wait until spring/summer when more development has been done.
More research and development is constantly going in to his set ups. right now the XC/woods set up we have used a single spring set up. as soon as I can get my but back down there we are going to try a dual rate spring on the rear (which he already uses for MX setup)