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post #1 of 22 Old 09-11-2009, 03:01 PM Thread Starter
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tuning the stock suspension?

Can we do it on our machines? My buddy has the Yamaha version of us and he can adjust most of the settings easily, all I want is my quad to be a softer ride...
Like the Raptor.

Something I can do or take it to the dealer?
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anyone? come on guys....
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sure you can adjust it, as soon as you buy fox or elka shocks
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Rears: Some

Fronts: not that I am aware of w/o changing components.



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how do some tuning to the rears?
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Pre-load adjustable only on both ends. If yours doesn't have a lot of hours yet, I would wait as it will soften up a bit. If you weigh under 180, I could see it being VERY stiff.

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Pre-load adjustable only on both ends. If yours doesn't have a lot of hours yet, I would wait as it will soften up a bit. If you weigh under 180, I could see it being VERY stiff.

hmmm pre-load adjustable both ends??? explain... i dont weigh over 180 unless I take 700xx advise start eating pizza and beer for every meal...



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I meant that both sets (front and rear) are pre-load adjustable only. You can soften them by "loosening" the nuts which will reduce the tension on the spring.

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I meant that both sets (front and rear) are pre-load adjustable only. You can soften them by "loosening" the nuts which will reduce the tension on the spring.
yeah its still way to stiff...



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lol I am a big guy...
I am a 300lb guy, so I am not a 180 class... haha
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