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yamageezer

Scotts set up help

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Hey guys, I'm curious as to how you have your Scott's or any brand stabilizer set up for the various terrain you ride in. I just put one on my bike recently and I'm trying to get the most out of it. I usually ride tight single track and a little desert occasionally. Any help would be cool.

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Just try it on the lowest setting and keep working your way up. Stabilizers are like suspension, everyone likes something different.

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For tight singletrack i would take it to the lowest setting because you want to turn fast, for desert, it depends on the terrain, on my Scotts i installed the big knob for dialing it while riding, make it easier with a big knob rather than a small knob that comes from the factory...

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So do you only adjust the base valve and leave the high speed alone?

Yes, i only adjust the base valve (knob on the left), high speed i never touch, factory setting works fine, sweep valves on the sides leave them to the factory setting, the scotts is great, for desert, i start with about 12 clicks out from the lowest setting, start from there..

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Yes, i only adjust the base valve (knob on the left), high speed i never touch, factory setting works fine, sweep valves on the sides leave them to the factory setting, the scotts is great, for desert, i start with about 12 clicks out from the lowest setting, start from there..

Thanks for the help. I kind of played around with the base valve on mine yesterday and Wow what a difference but I wasn't sure if I needed to mess with the high speed valve as well. Yeah, it looks like I'll be ordering the big knob for mine.

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I've also got the big knob on my Scott's. It makes a world of difference when changing settingd on the fly.

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