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    Procycle 40% heavier fork springs.

    Put them in today the PC springs and plastic spacer is 19.1/2 inches and the stock is 19.1/4. with spacer and washer. PC spring is 19 inches and stock is 12. 1/2. I set my fluid 10 W. at 130 MM. 11001383_10204873379386344_1874438251_o.jpg
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    My bike is now a real off-road bike. 11008935_10204830889324119_585679126_n.jpg not a bottoming out Pogo stick.

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    Took it for a ride today off-road much better different bike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zdiver1 View Post
    Took it for a ride today off-road much better different bike.
    Money well spent then. Mine rarely bottoms out so I must not be riding it hard enough.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dryden-Tdub View Post
    Money well spent then. Mine rarely bottoms out so I must not be riding it hard enough.


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    I notice better traction and the front does not dive in hard braking.
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    I'm gonna order up the Fork Solution kit around mid-month... waiting til my R6 arrives to see if I need to get one of the rear springs for it.

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    Bad ass setup just what I need to get done to mine. Enjoy the new bike
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    Yep, got spacers in so my springs are good, just gunna get the emulators so I can tune the daming to control the springs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Werloc View Post
    Yep, got spacers in so my springs are good, just gunna get the emulators so I can tune the daming to control the springs.

    Your post when you put in the spacers motivated me to do the same. I have been extremely satisfied with the result. Does not dive at all like it use too! Once you install the emulators, I'll be interested if the cost will be worth it, not for performance sake as much, but do I need it with my riding style.

    I've also been really satisfied with the rear spring spacer. I copied you, except for the color of spacer.
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    I did the full fork solution kit on mine with the heaviest springs and that combined with the red rear spring has made it a different bike. No more pogo stick front or rear and a lot more control in the front end. I felt the damping differences instantly. The rear spring is a world better too, for me the stock one was way too soft especially if i had come gear with me.

    I tried 3/4" spacers up front and was not happy with them at all, i could still make the front nose dive bigtime under braking and more than once i got bottomed out to the point of coil bind.
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