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Wp cc forks that have 0.48 springs with 310 mL oil and jbi pro perches. I am bottoming them out regularly in single track. Weird thing is that I have to have the compression clickers at full open else it just deflects.

I would like to change the shims to try and put the sweet spot closer to the middle of the clicker range. 

 

24.1x3

15.1

24.1x3

22.1x2

20.1

19

18

17

16

15

14

13

12

10.3

 

 

20.1x3

18.1

16.1

14.1

12.1

10.3 ---- ~.6 float

 

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Trouble is any softer on the stacks will make the bottoming worse ? You could go softer and more oil ?

you can't argue with stupid or Yamaha owners

What do you weigh and what bike ?

you can't argue with stupid or Yamaha owners

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2014 KTM 250xc with cc forks-

255lbs rider in gear

Rear-6.4kg/mm 105/34

 

Tried .50 fork springs and they are harsh on rocks and roots. I realize that the springs might unbalance the chassis as is .48/6.4 buts its the best it's been so far. I believe there might be a stiction issue as well. Tried new oil and motion has improved. Thinking of cross-hatching.

 

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Your springs are correct imo , I can only suggest softer stacks and more oil

you can't argue with stupid or Yamaha owners

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Rear looks a tad stiff however , might not help , maybe try a 61? Although your sags don't seem to say that

 

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On 8/27/2017 at 6:44 AM, rjg said:

2014 KTM 250xc with cc forks-

255lbs rider in gear

Rear-6.4kg/mm 105/34

 

Tried .50 fork springs and they are harsh on rocks and roots. I realize that the springs might unbalance the chassis as is .48/6.4 buts its the best it's been so far. I believe there might be a stiction issue as well. Tried new oil and motion has improved. Thinking of cross-hatching.

 

Try slower rebound (to prevent the deflection) allowing more comp?

 

 

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