I've searched the forum and found a bunch of different opinions on where exactly the sag measurements shall be taking and whether to be sitting or standing. I borrowed a motion pro uni-sag tool from a riding buddy to check my sag this weekend and that tool goes from the rear axle to the seat bolt which is on a decent angle. I was told by a buddy that race tech told him that there was about a 10mm correction error because of the angle. Seems to me that this may be somewhat true but I think its hard to generalize 10mm when different bikes have different mounting point relationships. Should I be measuring vertically? So before making adjustments, my race sag was 80mm and the static was 20mm. After several turns to loosen up the spring, my race sag was at 92mm with a static of 33. The race sag was measured with me in street clothes with riding boots(didn't think it was necessary to put on riding pants and helmet in the driveway lol) sitting in attack position. Should I keep loosening up the spring till I get to 100mm of race sag or should I have someone help me measure the sag so that it can be measured vertically with me standing on the pegs?