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I currently have my fork fluid-level at 130mm.
I'd like to increase it to 125mm, but I'd like to be able to do this WITHOUT dismantling the forks....so how much oil (in cc's) would I need to add to each fork to get there?
Or, more accurately....what does each cc of oil put into the fork, relate to in terms of mm gained/lost. I have the necessary equipment to be extremely accurate ie: if it calls for 2 cc of oil...I can put in exactly 2 cc...or 3/64th of an ounce....or 4 drams....

I realize that I could get out the vernier and take measurements myself, but I'm hoping that there's someone out there who's already done this, and can tell me.
 

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you will have to find a graduated cyclinder with the same diameter as the forks and add 5 mm of oil and measure that amount of oil in cc
 

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I just take the caps off, springs out, and add oil to the right height. Just need a tape measure plus hand tools and a lift.
 
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