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Is there a basic rule of thumb on rebound settings for the woods? For example I have a 250x, I ride rocky, choppy, root infested North Ga terrain. Do I want my clickers more on the slow or fast side for this kind of riding and why is this setting better for this kind of riding?

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remember on shock when you open the clicker on reb need close a little comp ,the rebound clicker open make softner the shock con compression

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Gotcha. What about the High Speed Compression Nut. Whats a good basic place to dial that into and what am I looking for when i'm trying to dial that in? Just big bumps?

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step hole!!! high speed movement of shock.if you go pack on shock and feel the bike push hard on pegs need close the nut for increase the bottoming resistence on hi speed.but the difference by tooo soft or too hard on high speed feel similar.

you feel hard and open the nut,the bike go deep in stroke on rear and bottom,feel more harsh and bike push you forward.

i make regolation with high speed video camera.

need test in step hole zone.

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