BAsic suspension info needed xr650


2 replies to this topic
  • mackmack

Posted February 06, 2005 - 08:57 PM

#1

AS some of you guys know i just put the xr 650 fork on my crf 450. The problem is I need to know which adjuster is comp. and which is rebound? on my showa crf 450 fork the top is comp and the bottom is reb. on the ktm its the opposite , so which one is which on the xr650?

What are the stock settings?
what is the stock spring rate?

thanks.

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  • qadsan

Posted February 06, 2005 - 09:22 PM

#2

Compression = Bottom / 11 clicks out = stock
Rebound = Top / 9 clicks out = stock

The stock front spring rate is 0.43kg (for ~165 to ~175 lb rider).

Download the 650R service manual here to get service details on the forks.
http://194.19.84.6/x...650R_manual.pdf

  • Busanga

Posted February 07, 2005 - 03:29 AM

#3

you may want to check out this site for info on suspension etc http://xr650r.borynack.com





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