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guys what we think about the difference of that kind of mid valve:

0.10 FLOAT AND SOFT MIDVALVE VS 0.30 FLOAT AND STIFF MIDVALVE

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good question I have tried both but will chime in after others give some responces

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Ok,

You mean The Difference between eg the "2009 YZF" (Realy Stiff Base and lots of Float)

and Newer CRF Settings (Zero float and Soft basesetings).

i have tried both and the reason its.....

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i think something else that i consider when building mids is how much stiffer a kyb is compared to showa. 4 face shims on kyb equivalent of 2.8 or someting .1's and then the same down thetaper?

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Ok,

You mean The Difference between eg the "2009 YZF" (Realy Stiff Base and lots of Float)

and Newer CRF Settings (Zero float and Soft basesetings).

i have tried both and the reason its.....

But for reasons of cavitation we would need a stiff base, if we run a stiff mid to avoid "pushing oil".

So a stiff mid with small float in combination with a soft base isnt a good idea?! :smirk:

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guys what we think about the difference of that kind of mid valve:

0.10 FLOAT AND SOFT MIDVALVE VS 0.30 FLOAT AND STIFF MIDVALVE

The answer is somewhere in the middle:)

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I disagree. Current fork systems will always leave us with some compromise. Its a tuners job to limit that compromise to the least amount. Therefore the middle is not the answer because then the suspension will not perform very well in any situation. The middle means compromise on both ends.

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