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Nov 23, 2017 at 14:24
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The Tuesday Tune Ep 21: Low and High-Speed Rebound Adjustments - Video
@thuren: wow, 115 psi in a Lyrik with no rebound damping? Not saying it is wrong, just different and interesting. I have a 2017 Pike, also stock, 100 psi, 2 volume spacers and I run rebound 6 out from closed, 210lbs body weight. This is for trail riding, not overly aggressive and I like a composed comfortable fork. My fork feels like a pogo stick if I open the rebound all the way.
gramboh VorsprungSuspension's article
Nov 23, 2017 at 14:04
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The Tuesday Tune Ep 21: Low and High-Speed Rebound Adjustments - Video
I'm assuming this is because a heavier spring rate (coil or higher pressure) provided more force in the rebound circuit to push against a fully closed HSR and produce a suitably fast rebound speed? Whereas a lighter rider with a lighter coil/lower PSI, the shock doesn't have the same spring force returning it through rebound, so fully closed HSR results in too low of a return speed. Just thinking out loud here.
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