What needs to be done to suspension if a bike was set up at 2,000 miles and the mileage is now 7,500?
Very good information many riders forget or neglect.. Thanks for the reminder! My forks were serviced last at your Tustin facility around 3-4k miles ago. The problem now is my rear shock which is stock..haha. I have a 03 Kawi 636.. So to clarify, should I click rebound and compression to the right to account for the degradation of fork oil and anti-pogo effect? My riding ability was definitely enhanced with the initial service!
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yes that is correct Dan, changes must be made in small increments! Fork oil degrades faster than shock oil.
You would normally add rebound to stop the pogo effect in small amounts, ie: 1 click at a time periodically. The longer you ride and the hotter the oil gets, the worse the manifestation of the pogo. I would be more concerned with rebound and chassis balance that I would on compression!
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