Suspension set up?

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9/26/2017 8:01 PM

Hey question I'm new to the sport so I'm about a decent C rider and I'm running the track fast and jumping further... but how or can I set my suspension up to jump higher? Like Rebound out more/in more spring stiffer? I mean I'm blasting threw the jumps clearing jumps and only get 2-4 feet at most... can anyone help?!!!!

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9/26/2017 8:15 PM

You need gas, and chain lube. Clean your air filter and change your oil. Once you do lots of riding and educate yourself about the sport, you will learn you never want to jump "higher". "D" is beginner, not C.

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9/26/2017 8:43 PM

imoto34 wrote:

You need gas, and chain lube. Clean your air filter and change your oil. Once you do lots of riding and educate yourself about the sport, you will learn you never want to jump "higher". "D" is beginner, not C.

Pretty much sums it up^^^

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9/27/2017 4:37 AM

You can set your suspension to jump higer by seat bouncing.! Lots of practice. But I don't recomend this for novices. If done wrong you will superman your ass over the bars.

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9/27/2017 6:15 AM

Go to http://www.racetech.com/VehicleSearch . Select your bike and go to the spring calculator. That will let you know if you need springs or not. Start with that.

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9/27/2017 7:57 AM

You can get more lift by pushing the bike into the jump face. Otherwise you need more speed

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