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Hi all

I have a tm en125. Manual has no baseline for the comp and reb settings so i dont know where to begin.

 

Sag is set correctly, springs are set for my weight (72kg).

 

I want the suspension abit softer all around since im a slow rider and it feels abit harsh. Since i have no baseline i dont want to ruin the settings.

 

Fork is a kyb 48mm sss

Shock is tm racing self made..

 

Anyone knows those and can give a base clickers setup?

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Just change it! Reccord where you are and make a change if its worse move it back you won't "ruin" anything. Start mid way. Are the springs correct for you and have you set your sags up ? 

 

MM 

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Yea as i mentioned springs are correct and sag done right.

Im not sure how to tamper with the clickers .. so i look for a baseline

Edited by thekeeper199

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Clickers should he roughly 12 compression and 12 rebound as a start point

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Have a look here at the bottom of the page

https://motocrossactionmag.com/mxas-2013-husqvarna-cr125-two-stroke-test-ride-is-it-the-last-of-the-breed-or-the-first-of-a-new-species-2/

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KAYABA FORK SETTINGS

Here is what MXA ran for hard-core racing (stock settings are in parentheses).

   Spring rate: 0.43 kg/mm

   Oil height: 342cc (352cc)

   Compression: 15 clicks out (12 out)

   Rebound: 8 clicks out (6 out)

   Fork-leg height: 4mm up from capNotes: If you are on the lighter side, you might want to lower the fork-oil height by 10cc.

SACHS SHOCK SETTINGS
Here is what MXA ran for hard-core racing (stock settings are in parentheses).
Spring rate: 5.1 kg/mm
Hi-compression: 9 clicks out (7 out)
Lo-compression: 18 clicks out (13 out)
Rebound: 8 clicks out (11 out)
Race sag: 100mm

 

jeanjean

Edited by djidji

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I asked on the french TM forum. I'll let you known as soon as I get an answer.

jeanjean

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Sorry, I didn't get a better answer as "start somewhere in the middle"...

Good luck,

jeanjean

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