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Revalving my Honda crf 250 2013

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It's winter in Sweden so I was thinking about revalve my forks, and change the oil to make them race ready when season starts here again. Im a B-rider and weigh 76kg in gear.

The issues I have with the forks are sharp edges/braking bumps in the end of straights and that I dont use all the travel, the last 1-1.5 inch is never used.... Change clickers makes some difference, but not enogh!

Std valving is....

Base valve

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

This is my thoughts of changed stacks

Base

23 34x0.1 (remove 4 face shims)

32x 0.1

28x0.1 (remove 30, 26, 22 and add a 16x0.2 on base plate)

24x0.1

20x0.1

18x0.1

11 16x0.2

Base plate

4 12x0.2

Mid valve

Rebound (Keeping rebound std as a start)

Comp

2 20x0.1 (2 removed)

18x0.1

16x0.1

14x0.1

12x0.1

11x0.1

2 11x0.3

2 17x0.3

Keeping float 0.3 mm

Oil ammount reduced from 360cc to 340cc

Thoughts on this, please!

Edited by jesusmannen

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3mm float is that correct ?

No, 0.3mm is more correct, thanks! Edited by jesusmannen

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No toughts on this stacks? Want the bike to soak up the fast bumps in end of straights better.

And I dont use all the travel so I think I need a little less LS damping.

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Std springs are to heavy, if u pm me ur email il send u some stacks, I'd have to look but think they 4.6 on front 51-52nm on rear. So fare to much spring.

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Bought 50nm rear spring and a pair of 4,2 fork springs. Then I can choose 4,6 4,4 or 4,2 since stock springs are 4,6

Got some tips from a very friendly TT member

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