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RMZ 250 2013 SFF

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Hi'

i need your help 

i have RMZ250 2013 model with the sff forks

i'm 80kg

i can't find good setup for my bike :banghead:

can you help me please???

thank's

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So you weigh 175lbs.. ok, now we need to know what skill level are you and what type or riding you do as well as what is your environment like?

i'm 42 but still beginner....

most ride mx most mid jumps about 20m

track on mid/soft land

thanks

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try that stack:

32.15x14

29.15

27.15

25.15

23.15

21.15

20.15

 

midvalve

26,15x2

24.15

22.15

20.15

18.15

15.15

with 0.35 float

 

rebound

26,10x8

14.10

24.10

22.10x2

20.10x2

18.10x2

16.10x2

14.10x2

drill the piston 1.5mm bleedhole

cut the spring seat 4mm.

oil level

280cc cartdrige side

310cc spring side

clicker setting

rebound 12 click out

compression 14 out

preload with spring seat cut 14closed from full open

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Put all settings in the middle.. I can't remember all settings so hopefully if I am wrong someone will correct me.. so on forks you will have a total of 26 clicks of compression.. and 24 clicks of rebound.. put the comp/rebound at 12 clicks out. Then I think the preload has 36 clicks. Put the

Preload at 18 clicks out. Then rear shock has total of 24 clicks of compression and 24 clicks of rebound.. once again put them at 12 clicks out.. now you will be on stock settings. Start from there and make adjustments.

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Also turn the high speed comp on rear shock all the way in and turn out 2 turns.. this high speed comp has 4 turns of adjustment

thanks

i will try it !

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Once you have tried these settings holla back. Give rider input, and we will go from there.. P.S. make sure your fork height and race/static sag is correct before tuning ok..

do you know how to set the front sag ?

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