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Revalve or only replacing springs? How can I know?

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well , how can i know if its enought to put new spring on the rear shock or also i need to revalve it ?

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I'd start by checking that your spring rates are correct by using the spring calculator at Racetech's website. If you're around the right weight for the stock spring, fine - you can use preload to fine tune or get the right spring for your weight. Your clickers should be well within range.

If you're way heavier or lighter than the stock springs are aimed at, you'll need a respring and a revalve, too.

I'm 154lbs and Racetech's site said I was about fine with the fork springs but too light for the rear spring - I need a lighter rear spring rate. The clickers should be fine without revalving for my weight.

Ian

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Well , I live abroad , so lets say i order the 0.48 spring that fits me , but which revalve I need to do ?!

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