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post #1 of 4 Old 05-23-20, 09:39 Thread Starter
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Hey guys, I keep bottoming my forks at the track and need to bump them up a bit. Before I order some new springs I was wondering if anyone here has a set that they neither want nor need. Let me know what you have and how much you want for them.
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What's your static sag like? You may have too little compression damping.

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I thought the stock springs were already .95. Are they .90?
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Stock is 0.9kg. Sag is perfect and dampening is great as well. My tire wear looks quite nice (rear is a bit of a different story). It's just that I'm using the entire stroke when I need to brake at the end of a long straight.

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