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YZF250-10 shock revalve, first try

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I have revalved rear shock on my yz450-10 after Vietze advice and it works very well.
Now, my friend rebuild his and we were trying to get to something similar.
He has a YZF250 -10 so I can not copy the stack straight off when the 450 is different.
Do you think below might work to get a softer woods setup? I use leftover shims. Can I use a .25 as the clamp on the rebound, the stock's .30

 

COMP

Stock                Mod1
40 0.25 X9       40 0.25 X7
38 0.15            38 0.15
36 0.15            34 0.15
40 0.2              40 0.2
38 0.2              38 0.2
36 0.2              36 0.2
34 0.2              34 0.2
32 0.2              32 0.2
30 0.2              30 0.2
28 0.2              28 0.2
26 0.2              26 0.2
24 0.2              24 0.2
22 0.3              22 0.3

 

REB
Stock               Mod1
36 0.2 X5        36 0.2 X5
28 0.11           28 0.11
36 0.25           36 0.25
34 0.25           34 0.25
32 0.25           32 0.25
30 0.25           30 0.25
28 0.25           28 0.25
26 0.3             26 0.3
24 0.3             25 0.25

 

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Comp looks ok but I wouldn't want to lighten that reb setting much from std.

 

The idea was to make reb harder with a larger clamp, am I thinking wrong ?

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But you also took off 4 face shims. I think if you try the comp first then run through the clickers and you'll have an idea where u need to go with the reb setting.

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yamaha837:

I think you get something wrong here. Look at the stacks again.

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Misread your reb sorry

In fact, when I rebuilt the stack I found10 faceshims on the rebound.

Stock specification says 36 0.2 X5 but it was 36 0.15 X10. So there must be different versions.

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