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for my fast 70 kg rider i ade this stack

44x0.20 12

30x0.10

42x0.20 3

40x0.25 2

38x0.30

36x0.30

34x0.30

32x0.30

30x0.30

28x0.30

27x0.30

25x0.25

23x0.30

reb

40x0.20 5

25x0.10

40x0.30

38x0.30

36x0.30

34x0.30

32x0.25

30x0.25

28x0.25

26x0.20

5.0kg/mm

11bar press

4mm spacer lower in

105 sag

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Too stiff on com side and too fast on reb side...too far from the stock set up:bonk:

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it,s very good with the hi speed cam i make a video the tyre have an impressionant grip and fly on the hi speed bumps , no bottoming on landing ramps ,the reb is slow then stock on ls

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with the 5.0 5 face shims on rebound is ok but 6 is common as well allowing you to run the rebound further out so you have more free bleed making the comp better

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fork

32x0.15 2

28x0.10

32x0.10 17

30x0.10

28x0.10

26x0.10

24x0.10

22x0.10

20x0.10

18x0.10

16x0.10

14x0.10 7

mid

20x0.10 5

18x0.10

16x0.10

14x0.10

11x0.30 2

17x0.30 2

reb

20x0.10 5

12x0.10

18x0.10

16x0.10

14x0.10

11x0.25 2

maxima 5 oil

370cc

merge progressive ics spring

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But marcus that's still alot of hs comp in the shock even with that amount of bleed. Cardinale199 what float u running on the mid

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yes but for him it's working well , it would be too firm for me as would his fork , it's a setup that will give the rider lots of feedback , some people like that

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the mid float is 0.20 the shock have stiff hs because in italy the track have a lot of step bumps in acceleration zone .it s for keep the rear high

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with the 5.0 5 face shims on rebound is ok but 6 is common as well allowing you to run the rebound further out so you have more free bleed making the comp better

You are right that it needs more low speed reb... but...

That bike needs bigger reb cross over until you can go further than 6-9 clicks

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Those hard pack tracks in Italy really needs stiffer shock set up...but if you don't have enough ''bleed'' on your com stack it will kick hard and can cause cavitation.

Edited by Jusa

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also looks very stiff to me, but if that's what you like...

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