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Clicker Settings for SX

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Just Curious where you guys are setting your clickers for a Supercross track.

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on my 450 I just basically make everything a little stiffer/faster. especially the forks. if it's mostly an outdoor setup, but has a whoop section then I just up the compression on the forks. While speeding up the shock can be a nightmare in breaking bumps, it works wonders with seat bouncing.

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My suspension has been done by Speed Tech, sag is set, and so on. I have bottomed out my front forks a couple times, so I turned my clickers in. Right now I am 6 and 6 on the front, and 9 and 9 on the back. I was wondering if anyone else has had to go in this far to make there bike work? Seems to be working good for me. We have a MX race this weekend so I will need to remeber to back them out to my original settings.

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Geneally for "supercross" everything is stiffer on compression, and stiffer on rebound. But, weight, springs, all that still plays a part.

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