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precision concepts rear shock revalve

has any one had their rear shocks revalved by precision concepts ? if so how big of a diffrence did it make ? will my quad squat like a 450 would ?
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Had my brand new Elka's revalved from them. It makes a big diffrence, Elka's alway come to stiff Mark at PC hooked them up!!

PS: They also did all the shock work on my old quad (Yamaha yfz450)!!

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would it squat like a 450 ?
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What when you take off? or sitting there?
You can get it to squat in the rear alittle by backing of your preload, I backed mine of this weekend to get it down alittle in the back!

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is it good for the quad to squat like a 450 ?
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Had my brand new Elka's revalved from them. It makes a big diffrence, Elka's alway come to stiff Mark at PC hooked them up!!

PS: They also did all the shock work on my old quad (Yamaha yfz450)!!
Was it the valving or the springs that were the problem... got elkas on mine... what all exactly did they do?
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I'm soon to have elka's done by PC! woohooo


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well i was hopeing people had their stock rear shocks revalved by them and report the diffrance
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