Post your 06-07 SSS suspension settings.


2 replies to this topic
  • dunecj2a

Posted October 24, 2006 - 11:42 AM

#1

Thought it may be helpful / interesting to see what settings and type of ridin we are doin on here. I would like to see if we are all over the place with the new SSS suspension......Any ways here's mine

06 250 - Enzo Revalve forks and shock + .44 fork springs
Ridin : MX track / dunes
Weight : 165
[COLOR="Red"]Forks[/COLOR] : 370cc oil
height - flush. 0 MM (stock per Enzo)
Comp - 10 out
Reb - 10 out
[COLOR="red"]Shock [/COLOR]:
100mm sag
HS comp - 1.5 out
low comp - 8 out
Reb - 10 out

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  • APBT

Posted October 24, 2006 - 02:15 PM

#2

2006 YZ250. Stock valving and springs. Rider weight 185. Outdoor MX

Fork:
Outer chamber oil: 344cc
C- 10
R- 6
Height- Raised 5mm

Shock:
Sag: 99mm
HSC- 1 1/8
LSC-5
R-3

Unless it is necessary with your Enzo re-valve, your 370cc of oil in the outer chamber is high. You will find these forks are sensitive to oil height.

  • psalm3124

Posted October 24, 2006 - 09:23 PM

#3

2006 YZ 250 Stock suspension
beginner, outdoor MX

Race sag: 102
Static sag: 30

Forks:
Oil: 340ml
raised: 7.5mm
Comp: 10 out
Rebound: 6 out

Shock:
low Speed: 9 out
High Speed: 1/2 out
Rebound: 7 out

(I got these settings of a thread here on TT, works really well for me)





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