xfusion 02 rl, how much presure

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xfusion 02 rl, how much presure

Postby sadler89 » Fri Nov 30, 2012 22:17 pm

hi
does anyone know where i can find out how much pressure i am supposed to put in the shock for my weight i am 90kg, just brought the bike new on ebay and hasnt been setup right

thanks tony

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Re: xfusion 02 rl, how much presure

Postby cooldad » Fri Nov 30, 2012 23:03 pm

Look at the post directly below yours'
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Re: xfusion 02 rl, how much presure

Postby cooldad » Fri Nov 30, 2012 23:04 pm

Well it was until I posted.
This one viewtopic.php?f=10004&t=12892894
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Re: xfusion 02 rl, how much presure

Postby sadler89 » Sat Dec 01, 2012 08:25 am

yeah saw that but want to know the limits of it really thanks tony

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Re: xfusion 02 rl, how much presure

Postby Chunkers1980 » Sat Dec 01, 2012 08:31 am

Why? Have you read the manual?

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Re: xfusion 02 rl, how much presure

Postby benpinnick » Sat Dec 01, 2012 09:03 am

Start with 100 psi and work up from there until the sag is correct.
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Re: xfusion 02 rl, how much presure

Postby chez_m356 » Sat Dec 01, 2012 11:50 am

sadler89 wrote:yeah saw that but want to know the limits of it really thanks tony

    limits minimum 60psi-max 300psi
for you
All frames have different leverage ratios so the amount of air required to achieve proper sag may differ vastly for 2 identically sized individuals on 2 different types of frames. We recommend that you start with 80% of your body weight and adjust the pressures up or down until you find your proper sag.
start around 160psi and work from there
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