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Posted: Jun 23, 2021 at 0:58 Quote
5wt goes in the side with the damper .. you will need a 2mm allen key and a 24mm flat socket to access it
15wt goes in the fork lowers
if your fork is airsprung you will need slickouem for the air spring if its coil you will need grease









Do you mean At the lockout or the air Thingy?

Posted: Jun 23, 2021 at 12:21 Quote
Bruh1234 wrote:
5wt goes in the side with the damper .. you will need a 2mm allen key and a 24mm flat socket to access it
15wt goes in the fork lowers
if your fork is airsprung you will need slickouem for the air spring if its coil you will need grease









Do you mean At the lockout or the air Thingy?

You should Google the rebuild process.. this isn't something you wanna f*ck up .. if you don't feel confident in what your doing take it to a shop

Posted: Oct 14, 2021 at 4:23 Quote
talkingspoon wrote:
Kitejumping wrote:
How many spacers does it take to make a Lyrik DJ worthy Three isn t enough at 200psi lets try five.

Anyone rocking a 90mm lyrik dj fork with a 100mm pike dj air spring? Needs lots of spacers and PSI.

I have an older lyrik at 105mm. No spacers and 130 psi.

bit of a grave dig, but are yous actually riding these setups?
how do they compare to pikes, in terms of firmness/support/blowing though the travel?

i've just lowered a solo air/rct3 lyrik to 90mm (27.5), but i can't get it to run as firm as the pikes.

Posted: Oct 14, 2021 at 10:40 Quote
I actually run my lyrik at 105mm. Has like 100 psi in it. Works well for me. As far as compared to the pike dj, I'd say the pike runs a bit firmer then mine does but no problems with blowing through travel

Posted: Oct 16, 2021 at 6:49 Quote
Interesting, don't know how you achieved that.
I tried upping the pressure (up to about 250psi) and 7 tokens, which helped a bit compared to 200psi/5 tokens, but it's not even close to the pike, kinda disappointing.
The support is sort of there, just not enough (for me).

Posted: Oct 16, 2021 at 17:14 Quote
noisette wrote:
Interesting, don't know how you achieved that.
I tried upping the pressure (up to about 250psi) and 7 tokens, which helped a bit compared to 200psi/5 tokens, but it's not even close to the pike, kinda disappointing.
The support is sort of there, just not enough (for me).

It might be because it's the old lyrik chassis not the newer one

Posted: Oct 19, 2021 at 9:17 Quote
noisette wrote:
talkingspoon wrote:
Kitejumping wrote:
How many spacers does it take to make a Lyrik DJ worthy Three isn t enough at 200psi lets try five.

Anyone rocking a 90mm lyrik dj fork with a 100mm pike dj air spring? Needs lots of spacers and PSI.

I have an older lyrik at 105mm. No spacers and 130 psi.

bit of a grave dig, but are yous actually riding these setups?
how do they compare to pikes, in terms of firmness/support/blowing though the travel?

i've just lowered a solo air/rct3 lyrik to 90mm (27.5), but i can't get it to run as firm as the pikes.

I rode it a few times but its on my slope bike which gets pretty much no use compared to my hardtail (our jumps are smooth and a hardtail is more fun on them). It was for sure too linear without that many tokens, but adding them all and a ton of psi and it worked (for a slope bike at least), hardtail and I would want it firmer.

Posted: Oct 20, 2021 at 0:54 Quote
Kitejumping wrote:
noisette wrote:
talkingspoon wrote:


I have an older lyrik at 105mm. No spacers and 130 psi.

bit of a grave dig, but are yous actually riding these setups?
how do they compare to pikes, in terms of firmness/support/blowing though the travel?

i've just lowered a solo air/rct3 lyrik to 90mm (27.5), but i can't get it to run as firm as the pikes.

I rode it a few times but its on my slope bike which gets pretty much no use compared to my hardtail (our jumps are smooth and a hardtail is more fun on them). It was for sure too linear without that many tokens, but adding them all and a ton of psi and it worked (for a slope bike at least), hardtail and I would want it firmer.

Thanks for the feedback, I've arrived to the same conclusion.
Not sure why it doesn't work the same as with a pike, it was fun to try nonetheless.

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