What suspension settings are you using on your YZ125?

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3/16/2018 8:46 AM

I have an 06 yz125 that I'm trying to get tuned to my liking. Does anyone have a baseline setting that they use for the forks or shock? Any information would help. Please also list your weight.



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3/16/2018 4:26 PM
Edited Date/Time: 3/16/2018 4:29 PM

I use these for everything. MX hardpack and sand tracks and also sand trail riding.

Me: 170lbs and my son: 140lbs. We both ride the bike but mostly me.

2006 YZ125

## Fork Settings
Fork height: 6mm
Compression: 9 clicks out (Factory: 12 clicks out)
Rebound: 8 clicks out (Factory: 12 clicks out)
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## Shock Settings
Race sag: 100mm
Hi-Comp: 1.5 turns out (Factory: 1.5 turns out)
Lo-Comp: 10 clicks out (Factory: 13 clicks out)
Rebound: 9 clicks out (Factory: 12 clicks out)

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3/17/2018 3:09 PM

I googled this for my yz250, tried all the recommendations and while some were ok I was never completely happy. Sent my suspension for a revalve and it's night and day different.
The yz suspension is pretty good standard but the revalve was awesome.

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3/18/2018 9:40 PM

Good information guys, and easydoesit, my settings are pretty close to yours. I'm 140, and in the Midwest so its a wide spectrum of riding conditions, sand, loamy, soft, hard pack.. I made a few adjustments today and I found that stiffening up my sag helped majorly. I might even try your settings exactly to see if it works even better than what I tried today. Thanks!

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3/19/2018 5:41 AM
Edited Date/Time: 3/19/2018 5:42 AM

170lbs
Hard pack, motocross, enduro, etc

2010 YZ125

Fork Settings
Fork height: 5mm
Compression: 12 clicks out
Rebound: 9 clicks out
Skf seals and 310cc oil in each leg

Shock Settings (titanium shock from yz250 2007)
sag: 100mm
Hi-Comp: 1.5 turns out
Lo-Comp: 9 clicks out
Rebound: 8 clicks out

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3/20/2018 12:26 AM

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