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Hello just wondering if anyone knows if you can adjust the forks to make them stiffer on the 2015 crf150f

I bought it for my fiance

It dose not have the adjustment like the bigger bikes

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All of the Honda F model dirt bikes have none adjustable forks. The bigger Crf150R , 250R , and 450R are race machines meant for the track and require adjustability for rider preference.. The F model of Honda bikes are just trail bikes meant for putting around trails and logging roads. The F model bikes are very limited in their adjustability, the only change you can make on those bikes is the handle bar position. 

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In what way would you like to change the fork's caracteristics ?

 

(softer, stiffer, ride higher etc.)

 

What does she weight, and what type of riding: trail / off-road or MX

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In what way would you like to change the fork's caracteristics ?

(softer, stiffer, ride higher etc.)

What does she weight, and what type of riding: trail / off-road or MX

She's is just learning to ride but the front forks are a bit to soft ride able for her just a bit soft when I take her for a small loop around the trails

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You can add a bit of preload to the spring and a bit of oil to stiffen it

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Stiffer springs not an option? Thicker fork oil? More preload? Hard to believe they can't be made stiffer.

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Stiffer springs not an option? Thicker fork oil? More preload? Hard to believe they can't be made stiffer.

I never said they can't be made stiffer

I was asking if there was any adjustments

Yes I know I can go stiffer springs was wondering if any one knew if there was and adjustment and from a previous comment I know there is now so now I'll go with thicker oil or springs

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