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AZWR400

WORKING THE STOCK SUSPENSION

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I HAVE RECENTLY MADE THE TRANSITION FORM YZ TO WR. I'M ENJOYING THE ROOM BETWEEN GEARS BUT THE SUSPENSION FEELS LIKE A CADILAC. I GO ABOUT 230# GEARED OUT. I WON'T GO ON A DIET AND I WON'T STOP DRINKING BEER. ANY HELP OR ADVISE WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED. :)

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I had my suspension done by MX-Tech. At 220 buck necked :) They revalved front and back, and went up on the rear spring only. The set-up is for a mid pack C rider in MX, with a little Hare Scramble thrown in :D

Works great on the track and on the trail.

Bill :D

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AZ

At 230lbs. , your stock fork springs (.46) and the stock shock spring (5.0) are too light.

I would recommend 4.8 fork springs and a 5.8 shock spring.

What type of riding are you mostly doing?

Take Care, John

[ December 29, 2001: Message edited by: John Curea ]

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