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2011 Yamaha 250f stock fork valving?

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Hey guys do any of you know what the stock fork valving stack is. The bike has had some work done on the front but i would like to know what the valving was so when i get ready to revalve it i can start at the stock valving to see what i need.:):lol:

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fork base valve

stk

22 - 32.12

29.12

30.12

28.12

26.12

24.12

22.12

20.12

18.12

16.12

15.15 b

plate

4 - 11.25

14.12

18.12

2 - 22.12

fork rebound

stk

4 - 20.12

13.12

18.12

16.12

14.12

12.12

10.25 b

fork mid valve

mv

3 - 20.12

18.12

16.12

15.12

14.12

2 - 11.25 b

2 - 17.3

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std mid

20-0.11*4

18-0.11*1

16-0.11*1

14-0.11*1

11-0.30*2

17-0.30*2

5.3 mm sc

8-0.15*1

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You are right, stacks you posted are from US model. BV and reb stacks are identical in both forks. Sorry for confusing.

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Thanks guys for the help. So i took the forks apart and was looking at the changes and noticed that most of the shims are 6mm id but the valving in the chamber were 6mm id and on the bottom of the piston they were 8mm id. is the 8mm id shims the mid valving or is it rebound. can anyone help with this. Its a 2011 YZ250F.

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8mm is comp mid stack.6mm are the rebound.just look at the rod and think of it,s direction of travel and how the oil is flowing thru the piston ports.this will always tell you which side is rebound or comp,same on a shock,look at oil flow s in regards to shaft direction.

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Sorry guys here is what i need to know. Top chamber or large piston has all 6mm id shims the small piston has 6mm id shims and 8mm id shims. Could anyone tell me what is the comp. Reb. and Mid valving shims with the id sizes.

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the big valve is the base valve,compression,when you use the click of compression you close the free passage of this valve.

on the gold rod you have the mid valve. the 6 id are for rebound and the 8 id are the mid valve compression. when you use the click under the fork you close the free passage of mid valve. that make much difference on rebound but a little on comp.

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