Add more HS shims instead of going for a bigger clamp

Hi guys, just wanted to ask your opinion on this!! i ride my TE300 in the track now and change the shock settings to suit!

 

only change i did was getting a 22mm clamp in there but its to harsh in the tracks i ride for my speed!! HS adj is all out with this

 

original setting was this below

 

44x.20 (5)

28x.10

44x.20

42x.20

40x.20

38x.20

36x.20

34x.20

32x.20

30x.20

28x.20

26x.20

20x.20

 

i add a face shim on rebound for a 7.2 spring

 

i was thinking of going to a 21mm clamp but dont have one yet so i thought to get some more in there like 27,29,31 to stiffen it up and go back to 20 clamp

i think is better use 20 clamp and add low speed

i think is better use 20 clamp and add low speed

shall i use 5x.25 or more 0.20's

 

you dont think HS is needed for bottoming from jumps!

on woods you need  less low speed , use 44.20x7 for first test

on woods you need  less low speed , use 44.20x7 for first test

this for mx!

te 300 for mx????ah sorry , i dont read mx use, i think was for woods , never seen here a husaberk on mx track.

for mx you can add more hs yes

te 300 for mx????ah sorry , i dont read mx use, i think was for woods , never seen here a husaberk on mx track.

for mx you can add more hs yes

the 11 TE has the last 2 stroke sx pds chassis and cc forks!

dont have money for a second bike now so i get to use the berg to practice at the track

hey mate,

 

this is the last SX 250 2stroke PDS mx stack. I'm not 100% sure but I think the husaberg has the "old" SX PDS frame?

So this would be a nice starting point for you. However, I did a TE 450 11 enduro to XC/MX conversion. I can send you the stacks too.

 

here it goes with the stock SX 250 2011:

Primary Comp 44 x 0.20 (8) 42 x 0.20 (2) 40 x 0.20 38 x 0.20 36 x 0.20 34 x 0.20 32 x 0.20 30 x 0.20 28 x 0.20 21 x 0.30

 

Primary Rebound 36 x 0.20(2) 26 x 0.15 34 x 0.20 32 x 0.20 30 x 0.20 28 x 0.25 20 x 0.30 21 x 1.00 spacer

 

Secondary Comp 40 x 0.25(2) 40 x 0.20(4) 38 x 0.20(2) 36 x 0.20(2) 24 x 0.30

 

 

Secondary Rebound 38 x 0.20 (2) 24 x 0.30

 

cadj 6 x 9.5 x 0.30 6 x 14 x 0.25 6 x 16 x 0.25 6 x 18 x 0.25 6 x 20 x 0.25(2) 6 x 22 x 0.25 6 x 18 x 0.10 6 x 22 x 0.10(2)

 

HSC = 1.5 LSC = 15 Reb = 22

 

Since this forum doesnt want us to share stack easily I can send them to you per mail too if you want.

Vietze, 

 

The above shock stack is very similar to the stock ktm exc 07 stack I found.  

 

I am now curious, TT does not want us to share stack information?  

Vietze, 

 

I am now curious, TT does not want us to share stack information?  

 

I'm talking about the crappy board software that makes stack lists very hard to read ;)

No problem in America, maybe is the German engineering over there!   :goofy:

no

hey mate,

this is the last SX 250 2stroke PDS mx stack. I'm not 100% sure but I think the husaberg has the "old" SX PDS frame?

So this would be a nice starting point for you. However, I did a TE 450 11 enduro to XC/MX conversion. I can send you the stacks too.

here it goes with the stock SX 250 2011:

Primary Comp

44 x 0.20 (8)

42 x 0.20 (2)

40 x 0.20

38 x 0.20

36 x 0.20

34 x 0.20

32 x 0.20

30 x 0.20

28 x 0.20

21 x 0.30

Primary Rebound

36 x 0.20(2)

26 x 0.15

34 x 0.20

32 x 0.20

30 x 0.20

28 x 0.25

20 x 0.30

21 x 1.00 spacer

Secondary Comp

40 x 0.25(2)

40 x 0.20(4)

38 x 0.20(2)

36 x 0.20(2)

24 x 0.30

Secondary Rebound

38 x 0.20 (2)

24 x 0.30

cadj

6 x 9.5 x 0.30

6 x 14 x 0.25

6 x 16 x 0.25

6 x 18 x 0.25

6 x 20 x 0.25(2)

6 x 22 x 0.25

6 x 18 x 0.10

6 x 22 x 0.10(2)

HSC = 1.5

LSC = 15

Reb = 22

Since this forum doesnt want us to share stack easily I can send them to you per mail too if you want.

interesting stack....no crossover....i will give it a try when am back in the shock! at the moment i run 5x44 .20with a 28 crossover and the reast stock with a 22 clamp....i will test it tomorow! Edited by wblake

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