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Restackor cavitation, damping coefficient and other graphics

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Hello friends,

I bought the restackor but I have some doubts to understand.
For example, I know that cavitation is a problem, I also know techniques to avoid it, however, I'm having a hard time noticing in the graphs when cavitation happens or is about to happen! For example in the chart below, I made a setup for a KTM 125 EXC, what do you think? How do I interpret cavitation? Is the REBOUND line going to zero? Or does it pass up the combined midvalve + compression base line ??
In figure 3 is it normal for the blue line to go to zero?

 

Best regards

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Figure 3 is showing cavitation.  When the rebound side drops to zero and into vacuum it is cavitating.

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Thanks turbo Dan. 

Maybe I'm doing something wrong because, even I inserting the stock shims stack, the graphic 3 are similar, always with the cavitation! 

And I have some doubts in filling some fields in mid valve file in ReStackor, for example:

. In the section of Bvc, exist any field to put the float rebound and the check plate and the kspring of check plate? where I put? Is that Bvc have one section of the rebound! 

. Where I put the value of k-spring of the big spring inside forks? 

 

 

Best regards 

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