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Hey guys and gals, finally looking into getting my suspension set up for my weight, I've found the spring calculator and all that jazz, my question is when do I need to revalue it's stock at .46 in the forks and I'll be moving to a .50-.52 will this require a revalve? Would there be anything to revalve on the rear? I'm going to up the print rate back their also, thanks for the help! 

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It's close to needing a revalve , might get away with it

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Worth the money while I'm in there? Or spring it and give it a go first? Any ideas what I'd need to look for to tell if it did need a revalve?

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It's normally the rebound , I'm not sure if the STD wr has lots of rebound ie enough to cope with those springs , what do you weigh ?as they are stiff

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0.50 is as stiff as I would go

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Fair enough, would you spend the 300 bucks on valves for just moving .4? thanks for the help man!

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I think I would , it's a good jump in rates

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