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hi ,i ve made this stack for a 450 09 kawa

drill float piston,400cc oil maxima 5

ics spring spacer 2mm

base 32x0.10x2

26x0.10

32x0.10x11

30x0.10

28

26

24

22

20

18x0.10

16x0.25x3

mid

20x0.10x6

18x0.10

16x0.10

14x0.10

12x0.10

11x0.20

11x0.30

17x0.30x2

10x0.10 flot 0.10 less than stk

reb

20x0.10x3

13x0.10

20x0.10x2

18x0.10

16x0.10

14x0.10

12x0.15

the shock drill 2.5mm piston hole

44x0.25

44x0.20x8

36x0.15

44x0.20x2

42x0.25

40x0.25

38x0.25

36

34

32

30

28

26

24

22x0.25

tolto base 20

rebound

40x0.20x4

36x0.15

40x0.20x2

40x0.25

38x0.30

36x0.30

34x0.30

32

30

28

26x0.30

tolto base 24

maxima 7 oil 160 psi

i try the bike work good the rider like a lot

it s stiff but for a fast rider work good

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How would that stack work for a fast A rider 230lbs w/o gear. Fast rocky conditions. Hard hitting g-outs?

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the rider of the stack is 170 lbs .the bike use stk spring and and have no bottoming on g-outs .the bike don t collapse under braking in downhill.work high on fast hard repeated bump but give a feedback on bar .have good traction on the hole in acceleration ,the rear not subside .in europe the track are full pierced in the corner exit.fork oil is maxima 7 not 5

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for your weight the spring is not done and the stack is softner,if you change the spring the rebound is too fast.but with a little change i think work good for you

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