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Pro Circuit linkage??

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Just got myself a Pro Circuit linkage and was wondering what you guys are running your sag at with this linkage?

been running 108mm with standard linkage and was wondering if this would be ok with pro circuit linkage or if there's a magic number:confused:

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106 to 108 before the link was a very popular setting and AFTER the pc link anywhere from 100 to 106mm depending on rider preference.

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I have just received mine, will be installing this week and testing,

I race harescramble's and my previous yamaha 's seemed better with around 108mm

Will let you know what I end up with

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Just got myself a Pro Circuit linkage and was wondering what you guys are running your sag at with this linkage?

been running 108mm with standard linkage and was wondering if this would be ok with pro circuit linkage or if there's a magic number:confused:

What model are we talking about ? pre 2010 or current model ?:lol:

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I recieved mine yesterday, will install today and test tomorrow,

Overall the shock has a soft feel, I am going to install a smartperformance kit, hopefully it helps it, but for now I am just installing the link

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ok so just some feedback, first ride yesterday with the linkage,

I must say I did revalve the rear a little firmer on comp and rebound for my weight and riding style cause the stock shock was too soft on both (bike raced in harescramble's)

Apart from the shock being way better and more stable, the bike has a much better 'attitude' to it now, It does not favour the front so much making the forks feel soft an wallowy,

It rides more level and just feels more balanced, I was sceptical about buying it but I would say get it if you can

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Ditto...I felt the same way when I put the link from the '07 WR 450 on my 2010...(bunch cheaper, same dimensions)

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I wish this B2 was availble to the average Joe !:lol:

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