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SX 150 2014 stock stacks

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Base 10x24.1 23.1 22.1 21.1 20.1 19.1 18.1 17.1 16.1 15.1 14.1 13.1 12.1 10.1 24.25

 

MID 3x20.1 2x18.1 16.1 10.2 18.4 id6: 8.1

 

reb 3xdelta 12.1 16.1 14.1 13.1 12.1 10.3 16.2

 

bladder 1,3 bar 11mm prelaod!!!

 

 

shock

 

comp 4x44.2 28.1 4x44.2 3x42.2 40.25 38.25 36.25 34.25 32.25 30.25 28.25 26.2 24.2 23.2 20.2

 

reb 2x38.25 36.25 34.25 20.3 36x2

 

cadj 20.1 2x22.25 20.25 18.25 16.25 14.25 10.3

 

 

They also used a different spring seat made of plastic:

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The right one is a version of spring seats used by myself.

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I guess the age old question is, how does it feel?

That spring perch looks IDENTICAL to the Öhlins one... thats SUPER funny!

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I havent measured the flow area yet but I think its not very different to the older WP seat.

That being said, I dont think that there is any difference in performance.

 

However, the springseat is longer which puts more preload on the spring with the same amout/thickness of preload spacers.

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I havent measured float because I was using a different mv anyway.

Its the same tap as the previous years. So you can calculate float easily.

 

However, I can check it on the weekend.

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The 2014 bikes I've done, the springs r 493mm long . Have u measured the length, I also noticed next to no preload spacers

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The 2014 bikes I've done, the springs r 493mm long . Have u measured the length, I also noticed next to no preload spacers

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I can check them.

Preload spacers are around 4mm.

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Sure 38 mm face shim started the shock rebound stack ?? Different  pistons than the previous year ??

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Yes, sure.

They use 38mm od faceshims since 2013 on the reb.

 

Same piston as the previous years.

The 38mm shims cover the ports completely. No bleed involved.

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Yes, sure.

They use 38mm od faceshims since 2013 on the reb.

 

Same piston as the previous years.

The 38mm shims cover the ports completely. No bleed involved.

2012-2013 sx, xc, 40mm reb face shim.

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2013 onwards has 38mm shims

2013 onwards has 38mm shims

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Wow,  a SUPERCROSS bike set up with a TWO stage rear compression stack?  

 

From what I've been reading, two stage stacks have NO place in a bike outside of the woods crowd... :devil:  :devil:

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