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Ahmadyz450f

2015 YZ450F not stable in dunes

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Hello brothers

I bought a new 2015 Yz450f and from first ride i feel there is something wrong with my bike !

In dunes with some speed, it is not stable, rear tire is jumping left and right like a bull want to throw me from his back

I dont know how to fix this issue

Please help

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More rebound compression on the rear shock

Lean back more

More throttle

 

...and a steering stablizer is your most effective solution..

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Have you checked the sag? It also sounds like the suspension is "packing" reduce the rebound a couple clicks

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those bikes are great in the sand ... how much do you weight?  once you get the suspension dialed you will love it.

 

Also -- are you running a paddle tire?

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More rebound compression on the rear shock

Lean back more

More throttle

 

...and a steering stablizer is your most effective solution..

If I throttle more ,rear tire jumping more and faster

 

Have you checked the sag? It also sounds like the suspension is "packing" reduce the rebound a couple clicks

actually i am beginner and my bike now in manufacture setting . i need to watch some video on youtube about setting sag and rebound

 

 

those bikes are great in the sand ... how much do you weight?  once you get the suspension dialed you will love it.

 

Also -- are you running a paddle tire?

My weight 90KG and running pirelli tire ( not paddle tire )

 

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After I rebound suspension and set the sag , I'll test the bike and give you results

 

Thanks all

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