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09' 20mm offset and fork height settings

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Going from stock to 20mm offset on tripples on 09", has anybody found they had to move there fork heights lower or higher to compensate. Clicker settings?

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I have the RG-3s and I found between the first line and the second line on the forks works real well. I believe its 8mm and 102 mm of sag in the rear! It still does not handle like my 08 but its much better.

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If you go by Motocross Action try....

comp-18out

reb-10 out

fork tubes -5mm up

fork oil- 340mm

this would be a good place to start from

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If you go by Motocross Action try....

comp-18out

reb-10 out

fork tubes -5mm up

fork oil- 340mm

this would be a good place to start from

you cannot go by a general recommendation like mxa......tried their setting and it sucked.......they tell everyone to put the same spring rate in all their tests

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Maybe cause mine is revalved, but those are pretty close to the setting I use. Im not the fastest guy on the track but ride 30+A class

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capdoogie, the Ride engineering clamps are reasonably priced, they are 22mm though rite? How did they perform?

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Maybe cause mine is revalved, but those are pretty close to the setting I use. Im not the fastest guy on the track but ride 30+A class

mine was packing pretty bad w/those settings.........those were for the stock valving, if you had a revalve than its irrelevant and just coincidence that yours came out that way

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It must a fluke that it worked out. The worst problem I have is my shock wanting to swap out every once in awhile. I actually writing this with a broken leg due to a swap out

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