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Honestly your best bet is to do a lot of reading and learning how each adjustment effects certain parts of the bike. Also being able to recognize these changes. Make sure you ride the same road and take lots of notes on how every corner feels, braking and entry and exit speed.
If you can try and find someone that ACTUALLY Knows suspension tuning and let them help you out.

It's honestly trial an error.
 

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The first and most important change is proper spring rates for your weight riding style.


Playing with the spring pre-load helps a little .... but proper springs are required.


Tom
 
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