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Lawn Dart

At my wits end

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I really need help from someone who is very smart about suspentions. I have a yz 426 and it is way too soft. There is not enough pop when I hit a jump. I need to know what clickers to turn to give the desired effect. It is also way too soft when I land. I know that I need stiffer springs, but can't afford it just yet. My clickers are at stock settings.

Someone please help!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thanks, Brandon:bonk:

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The clickers on the top of the fork are the rebound adjusters, the ones on the bottom are compression.

On the shock, the compression clicker is the screw on top, with the high speed compession adjuster being the blue hex that surrounds it. The rebound clicker is on the right side of the lower end of the shock, near the linkage.

As to wah to do with them, read:

http://motoman393.thumpertalk.com/tech/suspension.html

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The clickers on the top of the fork are the rebound adjusters, the ones on the bottom are compression.

On the shock, the compression clicker is the screw on top, with the high speed compession adjuster being the blue hex that surrounds it. The rebound clicker is on the right side of the lower end of the shock, near the linkage.

As to wah to do with them, read:

http://motoman393.thumpertalk.com/tech/suspension.html

Hey thanks alot! I really appreciate you getting back to me.

Brandon

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