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Ktm 125sx 2005 shimstack for woodriding

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hey! I would like to have a good shim stack setup that I can assume for forest driving.

It is a wp fork that sits on a ktm 125sx årsm 05th

I weigh 82 kg less equipment and run with org spring.

I have 115/35 on the rear spring hangers, and 130 of the air gap in the front fork. I drive only enduro and I want to get a smoother ride over roots o stone. the bumps / higher speed works fine suspension right, I think, but as soon as it becomes a bit of rocks,roots he becomes bumpy o struck.

shims stack setup org

Rebound

1* 16 .0,25

2* 8,5. 0,30

1* 14. 0,11

1* 16. 0,11

1* 18. 0,11

1* 20. 0,11

1* 16. 0,11

4* trian

mid

4* 24. 0.11

1* 22. 0,11

1* 20. 0,11

1* 18, 0,11

2* 10,96. 0,44

1* 11. 0,11

comp

10* 24. 0,11

2* 22. 0,11

2* 20. 0,11

1* 18. 0,11

1* 16. 0,11

1* 14. 0,11

1* 12. 0,11

1* 18. 0,11

I have tested the following set-up. it was better but far from good

comp

18x0.25

9x0.30

14x0.10

16x.10

18x0.10

20x0.10

22x0.10

24x0.10*6

12x0.10

24x0.10*2

mid

1 x11. 0,11

2 x10,96. 0,44

18x0,10

20x0.10

24x0.10*4

reb

Trian 24x0.10*4

12x0.10

20x0.10

18x0.10

16x0.10

8.5x0.30*2

16x0.25

I would appreciate if you could help me

thanks

Greetings Fredrik from Sweden

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try

Comp.

4x24.1

12.1

24.1

22.1

20.1

18.1

16.1

14.1

9.3

mid

2x24.1

22.1

20.1

18.1

11.4

11.1

reb

3xd24.1

12.1

20.1

18.1

16.1

2x8.5x0.3

16.25

start with 120mm air gap 5wt oil

comp 20

reb 18

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Thanks!

what do you think about this stack that I found on another forum?

" This is a quote from Coach...Here is a stack Terry Hay supplied me last year to run in my 125. It worked awesome for me, and I plan on running it in my '05 forks!! "

Comp

1x14x.1

2x24x.1

1x19x.1

1x17x.1

1x15x.1

1x13x.1

1x12x.1

1x11x.1

1x10x.2

Rebound

3x24 delta

1x16x.1

1x24d

1x22x.1

1x20x.1

1x17x.1

1x14x.1

1x12x.1

1x10x.1

Midvalve

3x24x.1

1x19x.1

1x14x.1

2x11x.1

1x24x.25

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