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Enduro Suspension Tuning & maintenance of Enduro forks, shocks, etc

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Old 06-26-2019, 12:31 PM
Motorman_55792 Motorman_55792 is offline
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Default 2018 KYB stock setup

I have a 2018 xc250 that was revalved for about the same weight rider before I bought it and it works pretty terrible for single track honestly. My 2005 kx 250 was at least as plush, if not better. The suspension on my 2007 GasGas ec250 was better in about every way.

Since everyone raves about these bikes stock, I really need to know what the stock valving setup for forks and rear shock was if anyone has this info it would be really helpful.

This is not a bash post on the previous tuner, just probably a situation where the bike was set for a much faster guy and probably would be a decent motocross setup.

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Old 06-26-2019, 04:18 PM
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I don't know if anyone has pulled a set down to record them! Most are pretty happy.

Could be worth while contacting said tuner and explaining the situation. They probably have the stacks on file.
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