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Had a great time. Fun little track, just need a few more laps around that place to figure it out.

A young grasshopper in action.

If people want the full image let me know.

Rob, sorry never got any of you. You must have been to fast.

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8 total hours of sleep for the weekend and tremendous boozing precluded me from attending this time.

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Tony you gonna be out next weekend?? I need help with the suspension on the Husky!

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Geo, im heading to Tenn this weekend to go visit my wifes family. Wish i could make it on Sunday. Are you off any days this week? Maybe i could come over after work.
I think it will be more of a ride tuning than just settings. After friday with the bike just wobbling all over the place I set the race sag on the rear shock and forks and returned the compression, and rebound adjusters to OEM spec. I have a set of forks on their way that I should see in the next couple of days.
After seeing the way the previous owner had the sag set I think it was set more for MX than SM.

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I think it will be more of a ride tuning than just settings. After friday with the bike just wobbling all over the place I set the race sag on the rear shock and forks and returned the compression, and rebound adjusters to OEM spec. I have a set of forks on their way that I should see in the next couple of days.
After seeing the way the previous owner had the sag set I think it was set more for MX than SM.
you probably have to go harder on you comp and rebound, i know on my yam im almost all the way in on both comp an rebound. I know it took off about .5-1 sec from my lap times at ra last weekend from the time i readjusted. same with today. from the last time i rode Norway to today i dropped about 2 secs on my lap times, but im in better shape also so i dont know how much was attributed to it but it felt better. Then again i put in the Hinson slipper.I helped Roman and Joe today with theirs and Joes was like the Staypuff Marshmellow Man before we adjusted it. Stock settings seem like they are made for 5ft tall 110lb Pygmies not 5'-5" 220Lb Puerto Ricans or Italians!

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you probably have to go harder on you comp and rebound, i know on my yam im almost all the way in on both comp an rebound. I know it took off about .5-1 sec from my lap times at ra last weekend from the time i readjusted. same with today. from the last time i rode Norway to today i dropped about 2 secs on my lap times, but im in better shape also so i dont know how much was attributed to it but it felt better. I helped Roman and Joe today with theirs and Joes was like the Staypuff Marshmellow Man before we adjusted it. Stock settings seem like they are made for 5ft tall 110lb Pygmies not 5'-5" 220Lb Puerto Ricans or Italians!
Hey now give me some credit I'm 5'9 and 210 in gear. Just weighed myself today. I'm gonna make sure I'm down below 200 in gear by the middle of summer.

Oh and back to the suspension. I don't know if Joe's is the same as mine but I have High and lowspeed Compression adjusters. Should I crank both up??

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Hey now give me some credit I'm 5'9 and 210 in gear. Just weighed myself today. I'm gonna make sure I'm down below 200 in gear by the middle of summer.

Oh and back to the suspension. I don't know if Joe's is the same as mine but I have High and lowspeed Compression adjusters. Should I crank both up??
I would get your High and low in the middle and first get your standard Comp and rebound base line settings and then start to tweak with the high and low. What did you set your sag to? Also put some duct tape on your cross bar pad and write your settings down and as you tweak document each setting. Its time consuming but is worth it. Set it up like this example. f= front c = comp, F-r = front rebound, R-c= rear comp, r-r = rear rebound, etc

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F-C= 5 R-C = 5
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F-C= 5 -7 R-C = 5 -7
F-R= 5 -7 R-R= 5 - 7
F-hsc=5 - 7 R-HSC = 5-7
F-lsc = 5 -7 R-Lsc = 5 - 7

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water pump seems to be fixed, but I only got to ride it for one session. it was backfiring pretty bad on decel, and then it wouldn't start. hopefully it's just some crap in the carb.


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Dammit Tony your gonna make me do this right huh. I guess I got spoiled with the YZ it was planted from day one. I'm the reason that bikes slow.

The Husky on the other hand was scary on the long left hander. Bill was cursing the thing after riding it.

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Nice to be out there with everyone. I had a good time.

Thanks Tony, for helping me with my suspension, it really seemed to help.

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Dammit Tony your gonna make me do this right huh. I guess I got spoiled with the YZ it was planted from day one. I'm the reason that bikes slow.

The Husky on the other hand was scary on the long left hander. Bill was cursing the thing after riding it.
Exactly what is it doing?

Try raising the forks a few mm in the triples. (lower the front end) When I first got my SMR, it had a pretty unnerving high speed wobble. Raised the forks up about 5mm, and the wobble vanished.

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Try raising the forks a few mm in the triples. (lower the front end) When I first got my SMR, it had a pretty unnerving high speed wobble. Raised the forks up about 5mm, and the wobble vanished.
the rear is a little low relative to the front, but it's more of an issue than just geometry. I think it's probably just set up way too soft, and almost like the compression and rebound are turned all the way out. squats really bad on the gas, pogos thru the middle of the corner..... fuggin scary
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the rear is a little low relative to the front, but it's more of an issue than just geometry. I think it's probably just set up way too soft, and almost like the compression and rebound are turned all the way out. squats really bad on the gas, pogos thru the middle of the corner..... fuggin scary
The pogoing was the worst. I cranked up the pre load and set the race sag to 65mm on the rear. Hopefully that will help. I spoke with one of the guys at GP Husky and I may just end up purchasing one of their ex race suspensions. Depending on the price. Say bye bye to the YZ

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The pogoing was the worst. I cranked up the pre load and set the race sag to 65mm on the rear. Hopefully that will help. I spoke with one of the guys at GP Husky and I may just end up purchasing one of their ex race suspensions. Depending on the price. Say bye bye to the YZ
Sounds like a dampening issue. slow down the rebound for sure. Maybe some heavier fork oil would help too.

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