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adajch

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adajch says:

Track day set up ?

Is it a good idea to get sag set up on a track day ?

 

The reason I ask is I don’t want to rush in to it and waste 40 knicker, no question they are qualified to do that thing just think you need a bit of time to get the sag right them move on to the rebound, high & low compression after that my thinks.

 

Guess what i am saying is if the guy is looking at say 6 bike between sessions is this enough time to devote to this seemingly first and foremost stage in bike set up, would be grateful of your thoughts on this matter, when you get 5 that is...

 

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ally600

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ally600 says:

rider sag

defo a good idea to get it set up for your weight, easy to do yourself for both road and track, just measurements with you on and off the bike, lets you know if the springs need changed for your weight to, google bike suspension set up, slenty of step by step instructions there, bump and rebound is a lot more tricky though

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ally600

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ally600 says:

rider sag

defo a good idea to get it set up for your weight, easy to do yourself for both road and track, just measurements with you on and off the bike, lets you know if the springs need changed for your weight to, google bike suspension set up, slenty of step by step instructions there, bump and rebound is a lot more tricky though

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