I think there is still an issue....Ummmmm...this is hard, because the compression and the spring work hand and hand. (sounds like you know this). I dont think the compression will be effective until the spring itself is depressed, or has some pressure on it. With the sag set like that it has to lean more before the spring can be depressed, this helps the compression within the shock. ...I have a lot to learn the most adjustable shocks I have ever had were the ones on my KFX700, and I have never adjusted any shocks. Im just using laws of phisics..( how do you spell that, I have been out of school way to long) to come up with this, I could be way off....I will do some experimenting as soon as I have time.Originally posted by Schmitthead@Mar 3 2004, 08:24 PM
You lucky sumana beesh.
With my current settings i am basically trying to lower the quad as much as possible. i also have given it more compression to compensate for the preload being adjusted all the way up.
:huh: thanksOriginally posted by Jonesy+Mar 3 2004, 09:18 PM--><!--QuoteBegin-TRX450rludeSpelled physics, i should know since i'm failing it miserably right now. [/b]@Mar 3 2004, 09:06 PM
Im just using laws of phisics..( how do you spell that, I have been out of school way to long)
Cool! I never did understand all that stuff...lolOriginally posted by Schmitthead@Mar 3 2004, 09:25 PM
ok check this out---
springs= your spring setting determines how bouncy it is, generally soaks up the terrain
compression= how hard it is to compress the shock
rebound= how fast or slow a shock extends
do you get it?