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Crf250r 2013 stock fork valving

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Just took my forks apart and wanted to share it with You guys...

Base

37 mm piston

27 34x0.1

32x 0.1

30x0.1

28x0.1

26x0.1

24x0.1

22x0.1

20x0.1

18x0.1

10 16x0.2

Base plate

4 12x0.2

Mid

Rebound

3 20x0.1

13x0.1

20x0.1

18x0.1

16x0.1

15x0.1

14x0.1

13x0.1

2 12x0.2

Washer and nut

comp

4 20x0.1

18x0.1

16x0.1

14x0.1

12x0.1

11x0.1

2 11x0.3

2 17x0.3

Float 0.3 mm

Fork springs 0.47kg/mm and ICS springs 1.9kg/mm

Any comments?!

Edited by jesusmannen

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Sorry I think you have the mid comp and rebound backwards

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Is it a enzo setup ?

Forgive the stupid Swede here! Enzo is a suspension revalving company I guess?! The set up I posted is stock.

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Seemes a bit stiffer than previous years...

Fork springs changed from 0.45 to 0.47

6 face shims added on BV (piston changed from 35mm 2010 to 37mm 2013) I suppose that more face shims is needed when using a "bigger" piston?!

4 20's on comp mid valve instead of 3, and 3 20's on rebound instead of the earlier 4.

Edited by jesusmannen

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Guessing you meant mid-valve float is .3mm (not 3mm?)

You're right, Im not really awake here..its late in Sweden

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I thought it was a 2 stage mid but that was the reb ,that's why I thought it was enzo

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For european regional riding,the CRF 250 10-2014 was very good! a bit on the softer side for faster riders (given a weight range from 75-85 kg).

The shock is too soft and fast on reb.

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