SAG Honda CRF 450 2018

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12/18/2017 5:41 AM

Hello, someone has got an adequate sag in crf 450 18? Weight 85 kg and I am in 40 mm static and 93 rider sunk ... greetings

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12/18/2017 6:27 AM
Edited Date/Time: 12/18/2017 6:28 AM

107 mm on Keefer crf450 pod cast. i think that's what he said.

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I don't have to be as smart as you hope to be some day anymore. wink

12/18/2017 6:49 AM

Yeah Keefer said 107.

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12/18/2017 7:04 AM
Edited Date/Time: 12/18/2017 7:14 AM

After break in....1”-1.5”, 4-4.5 with the rider, for me.

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12/18/2017 7:09 AM

107-108mm is what the majority of riders in our Shootout used.

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12/18/2017 7:10 AM

Yes, 107 mm could leave, but the static sag would go to 55mm and should be between 35 / 40mm. I am surprised that the serial spring is hard for my 188 lb without equipment ...

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12/18/2017 7:13 AM
Edited Date/Time: 12/18/2017 7:13 AM

Marcemx wrote:

Yes, 107 mm could leave, but the static sag would go to 55mm and should be between 35 / 40mm. I am surprised that the serial spring is hard for my 188 lb without equipment ...

Maybe it’s not broke in?

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12/18/2017 7:15 AM

no, it has 4 hours and I have checked

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12/18/2017 8:15 AM

Marcemx wrote:

no, it has 4 hours and I have checked

Give it 8-10 hours. You'll notice a difference, and like it!

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12/18/2017 9:20 AM

Thanks!!
I will give you time

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12/18/2017 9:28 AM

Riding at 108mm for sand tracks

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12/18/2017 10:19 AM

thanks kkwboy, but can you tell me how much it gives you of static sag?

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12/18/2017 10:29 AM
Edited Date/Time: 12/18/2017 10:30 AM

Marcemx wrote:

thanks kkwboy, but can you tell me how much it gives you of static sag?

I’m not sure on your bike but what I shot at you was a range if your bike is sprung right for your weight and as mentioned by others if it’s sand or you have some big hits, will make difference in what you want
I’m usually in the middle and leave it alone. 1.1/4” static and 4.1/4 weighted

Take a whole day at the track and go from one extreme to the other and see what you like the best. But remember you will have to adjust the front end some as well, to get a balanced feel.

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12/18/2017 11:01 AM

Thanks kkawboy!!

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