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going from 110mm to 100mm rear sag, how much differance would this make to how the bike turns in the woods?

Bike is a 09kx250f.

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It will make a differance, not sure if it will be better or worse,

I find on the Yamaha's that a steep fork angle creates other problems for me such as knifing and tucking under, and sometime it causes the fron to push which sounds counter intuitive but it happens with me,

Maybe its just my riding style or other set up criteria but I run around 108 to 110 and it works great for woods,

The sag numbers given by the manual are just a guide, personal preferance, riding style and set up can alter sag from rider to rider,

try it and see if you prefer the way the bike handles

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