redhot007

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  1. This might be your riding technique try holding rear brake a down a little and gas on it makes massive difference on how the rear end works on braking bumps. Maybe you know that but just wanted to let you know...
  2. I doubt it has 1mm even new bikes has a little movement in the swingarm have tryed it myself several times. Just check and grease your bearings and bolts that go in them if they are ok make sure they are well greased. Cheers
  3. Hey Came back from the test ride and happy with the results air chamber 100mm KYB oil Stacks that you recommended just some minor changes Base Valve Comp 5-24.10 22.10 20.10 18.10 17.10 16.10 15.10 14.10 12.10 9. 30 --> 10.20 had 10.25 16.30 and did go with 24.25 backer shim do add bottoming resistance did it really help don't know Mid Valve Comp 12.10->REMOVE this is a bleed shim and really softens the MV. 3-20.10 -> add 1->20.10 2-18.10 12.01 ->REMOVE 16.10 14.10 11.10 11.10 to keep the float Thanks again and keep up the good work.. Cheers Hey Came back from the test ride and happy with the results air chamber 100mm KYB oil Stacks that you recommended just some minor changes Base Valve Comp 5-24.10 22.10 20.10 18.10 17.10 16.10 15.10 14.10 12.10 9. 30 --> 10.20 had 10.25 16.30 and did go with 24.25 backer shim do add bottoming resistance did it really help don't know Mid Valve Comp 12.10->REMOVE this is a bleed shim and really softens the MV. 3-20.10 -> add 1->20.10 2-18.10 12.01 ->REMOVE 16.10 14.10 11.10 11.10 to keep the float Thanks again and keep up the good work.. Cheers
  4. Hey Back from the first test ride and very happy for the results feels great on the mx track did go softer on the clickers on the woods. 100mm air chamber KYB oil Thanks again for the great help Kyle,Vietze,Mog,cactusone,Lehiguy.. Cheers
  5. had stock level 110 but when i but them back together i will go with 100
  6. I dont think simply raising the oil level will give me desirable result it bottoms pretty easily and i can always go back to stock why not to experiment thats the only way to learn new stuff...
  7. Its a great book for beginners but one thing that dosent teach you is how to revalve that section is very thin on the book. You get great info out of this topic it is 100 pages long but worth reading ... http://www.thumpertalk.com/topic/327668-diy-04-450-suspension-re-valve/
  8. My bad that is correct 20.10 20.10 20.10 12.10 16.10 14.10 13.10 12.10 10.10 14.25
  9. OK these stacks are going in ..... Base Valve Comp 5-24.10 22.10 20.10 18.10 17.10 16.10 15.10 14.10 12.10 10.20 16.30 Mid Valve Comp 4-20.10 2-18.10 16.10 14.10 11.10 11.10 this shim is to keep the float same Float 0.7 Cheers
  10. So i should leve reb as it is and go with the stacks as dogger suggested can you write me exacts stacks that you think is good then i can order extra shims that i need. And do you know how much oil goes into them... Cheers
  11. Here is the Reb 20.10 12.10 16.10 14.10 13.10 12.10 10.10 14.25
  12. OK so the stacks should look like this. How i should add the mv backer... Base 5-24.10 22.10 20.10 18.10 17.10 16.10 15.10 14.10 12.10 10.20 24.25 MV 20.10 20.10 20.10 20.10 18.10 18.10 16.10 14.10 11.10
  13. The weight is 80 kg and 175cm. Please let me know if you have any ideas about the valving .. Springs are stock
  14. dogger recommended me this setting as a baseline what do you think about that Base Valve Comp 5-24.10 22.10 20.10 18.10 17.10 16.10 15.10 14.10 12.10 9. 30 --> 10.20 16.30 Mid Valve Comp 12.10->REMOVE this is a bleed shim and really softens the MV. 3-20.10 -> add 1->20.10 2-18.10 12.01 ->REMOVE 16.10 14.10 11.10 Float 0.7 Cheers
  15. Thanks for the quick answer.... I am 180 lbs and have stock springs. Here is the MV Reb. If you recommend any changes there let me know. MV Reb 20.10 12.10 16.10 14.10 13.10 12.10 10.10 14.25 Thanks