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I want to get my suspension re-valved. I am pretty sure I want to go with 4.2 front and 8.8 non progressive for the rear. Should I just change the springs or send it out for a re-valve? I am a intermediate rider. 205 lbs with gear. I am looking to improve and be able to dance on the rocks. From some of the owners I have talked to it seems its not easy to get the bike set up right for the woods rider. Any comments on where I should send it to or where you had yours done would be appreciated.

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Enduro Engineering , i'm very pleased with their work . Go to your local sporting goods store and get a plastic gun case and send your stuff to EE ,Mike will make it happen for ya.

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I would look for someone close with KTM experience or one of the big name places like EE or others. Out here in the west there are a couple of smaller companies that guys use so there should be some in the South too. I would first try the springs tho cuz you can do that yourself, it may be all you need at your speed/experience level.

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OK but what about progressive vs non-progressive and does the 8.8 look good for 205/92kg

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Before next year, I'm going to have Slavens do my 300. He's in Colorado Springs and there was a big article on him in Dirt Bike about 2 months ago.

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House of Horsepower in Eugene Or. does an excellent job with KTM stuff. Revalve, springs, shraeder valve conversion on the shock, seal savers, and all fluids will run you about $650 which is pretty good for KTM standards. I have had quotes up to $1000 for the same work.

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OK but what about progressive vs non-progressive and does the 8.8 look good for 205/92kg

well??????????

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