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Kevin_in_New_Hampshire

Pro- Action Suspension, Anyone??

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Any of you guys have any experience in Pro-Action 's multi-stage valving? For our WR's, George Quay uses 3 stage valving? It is definitely intriguing, but does it work?

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99 WR, all YZ mods, de-octopused, OEM YZ tank and seat, jetting by Clark.

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Hi Kevin- this is Kevin...lol

I have Pro - Action valving on my 426. They have a shop in FMF 's facility. These are Pro Action people just using FMF building space. Let me tell you, I had new springs and revalve front and rear- what a huge difference. I ride strictly MX and it has been a world of change< plus they have great support. They even send a box van out to even the smallest of races here in So Ca. I couldnt be happier with my suspension.

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Kevin,

Do you have the dual stage or triple stage valving in your forks and shock?

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99 WR, all YZ mods, de-octopused, OEM YZ tank and seat, jetting by Clark.

AMA, NETRA

Moab bound for 2000, HOORAY!! Gonna be kicking some Moab Ass (Mule or Donkey?)!

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I had Pro-Action re-spring and re-valve my

old XR400. It was outstanding with the 3

stage valving. It was even versatile enough

to do MX with only compression clicker

adjustments. However, I've found no reason

to change the stock valving on my Y2K WR.

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I have the 3 stage valving. I believe that is the only way Pro - Action does the suspension unless you asked for something a little more specific. It took away the harshness in the smaller hits and breaking bumps. Bottoming resistence was also greatly improved

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