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About creed75

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  1. Best way to change it is with the specific tool....however if you warm the band up and slide it over the valve then tigh fit with a electrical tape. Then put the valve in the freezer. No lube, change the orings as well.
  2. What nut are you running?
  3. From top down Teknik Reb check valve R-tech RSV R-tech built-in RSV on 19mm shaft rod
  4. Hey folks, anyone have the chance to run both? What's standout on Teknik (it'd seem tunable to me, a wee more than R-tech!!!) that doesn't on Racetech or vice versa?
  5. Thanks Tex for the info. Is it a free upgrade or you have to buy the new software release?
  6. Hi guys, hacking around on the Restackor user manual it looks like to me a new tab as been add to the MidValve analysis. Perhaps a new release of the program recently has been made? The new spreadsheet it's called RESPONSE!!
  8. I suggest to look at the AP circuit, diaphragm inspection first, blow out the leak jet. Next check the squirt duration and how far it squeezes. Then fuel screw&pilot jet, start from factory specs. Big bore as so sensible to AF ratio oscillation, cold or warm.
  9. Average suspension velocities as a function of bike speed and bump height
  10. That's from a CRF250 R 2004/09 service manual, hope can help!
  11. Clicked, just started hacking around with the program, and got some good result. Just few questions to clarify my doubts . a) why did you set up D.hsc @18mm. on the shim spring stiffness calculation for the cup edge load, you chose a valve w/ throat, any particular reason on that? c) didn't catch you up on the choice of the 0.2 mm float about the shim spring stiffness calculation and the reason they aren't clamped. d) on your plot haven't see the swap BTW the 20's and the backer as you suggested. The 19 setting up in the stack didn't work on my calculations. I put back the 20's. Flow area & shim stack Shim edge lift - damping Force - damp. Cff plots Valve's & stack's setting
  12. Thanks a bunch Clicked, for your attention in chiming in this issue, your helping is always really appreciated! That's what I was talking about, a little bit tricky to grasp all the things you wrote down, but I'll give it a try and get back as soon as possible with some results to discuss. Have a great weekend! Cheeersss!
  13. Hi Guys, somebody has any idea or sorted out an easy way out to run the new Kyb MidV mechanical spring setup (AKA LVSP) on the program?
  14. Here a little more advanced