traxx shock clicker settings

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7/17/2020 10:39 AM

i just bought a used rear trax shock and cone valves for my husky set the sag at 104mm and race sag at 38mm what are your guys clicker settings that are running a kit i weigh 180 with gear and i race b class

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7/17/2020 2:54 PM

It doesn't really matter what someone else's clicker settings are since it will be internally valved different then say my trax. The only one I remember off the top of my head it high speed compression is 38 clicks out, but that could be way off for you.

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7/17/2020 3:22 PM
Edited Date/Time: 7/17/2020 3:22 PM

AJ565 wrote:

It doesn't really matter what someone else's clicker settings are since it will be internally valved different then say my ...more

Like AJ said, unless the shock is set up by the same person and same setting, the clickers won’t mean anything.

I suggest contacting who did the shock and ask them for the base clicker setting.

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7/18/2020 12:38 AM

chase602daviss wrote:

i just bought a used rear trax shock and cone valves for my husky set the sag at 104mm and race sag at 38mm what are your guys ...more

38 17 17 on shock is a ok start. Fork, 16r 15c 0 preload.

That is in ballpark and will not be more than a few clicks off.

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7/18/2020 10:30 AM

aees wrote:

38 17 17 on shock is a ok start. Fork, 16r 15c 0 preload.

That is in ballpark and will not be more than a few clicks off.

For the shock which is high speed which is low speed

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7/18/2020 10:37 AM

chase602daviss wrote:

i just bought a used rear trax shock and cone valves for my husky set the sag at 104mm and race sag at 38mm what are your guys ...more

aees wrote:

38 17 17 on shock is a ok start. Fork, 16r 15c 0 preload.

That is in ballpark and will not be more than a few clicks off.

chase602daviss wrote:

For the shock which is high speed which is low speed

Closest to front of bike is hsc.

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7/18/2020 11:05 AM

aees wrote:

38 17 17 on shock is a ok start. Fork, 16r 15c 0 preload.

That is in ballpark and will not be more than a few clicks off.

chase602daviss wrote:

For the shock which is high speed which is low speed

aees wrote:

Closest to front of bike is hsc.

My bad I was asking if the numbers which is high speed which is low speed

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7/18/2020 1:38 PM

chase602daviss wrote:

For the shock which is high speed which is low speed

aees wrote:

Closest to front of bike is hsc.

chase602daviss wrote:

My bad I was asking if the numbers which is high speed which is low speed

The high number “38” is HS.

But again, these numbers mean nothing if your internal setting is by a different tuner.

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7/18/2020 2:00 PM

aees wrote:

Closest to front of bike is hsc.

chase602daviss wrote:

My bad I was asking if the numbers which is high speed which is low speed

CarlinoJoeVideo wrote:

The high number “38” is HS.

But again, these numbers mean nothing if your internal setting is by a different tuner.

He will be in ballpark. I have not seen anyone go outside 35-40 on hsc, and 12-20 on rebound and ~10-22 on lsc on trax. No matter what valving. If he has to, valving is off and he will know that at least.

If he have a hard time to determine what needs what on bike feedback ones running on track, it might be more difficult and require better starting point.

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7/18/2020 2:14 PM

chase602daviss wrote:

My bad I was asking if the numbers which is high speed which is low speed

CarlinoJoeVideo wrote:

The high number “38” is HS.

But again, these numbers mean nothing if your internal setting is by a different tuner.

aees wrote:

He will be in ballpark. I have not seen anyone go outside 35-40 on hsc, and 12-20 on rebound and ~10-22 on lsc on trax. No ...more

Thanks I plan to get it valved for me but I am military and stationed in Alaska nobody does suspension up here so I have to wait till the off season to send it out or it miss the rest of the pretty short ridding season up here

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7/18/2020 5:35 PM

I got this from the previous owner if that helps at all looks like it’s just for the forks though and not the shock Photo

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7/19/2020 7:12 AM

chase602daviss wrote:

My bad I was asking if the numbers which is high speed which is low speed

CarlinoJoeVideo wrote:

The high number “38” is HS.

But again, these numbers mean nothing if your internal setting is by a different tuner.

aees wrote:

He will be in ballpark. I have not seen anyone go outside 35-40 on hsc, and 12-20 on rebound and ~10-22 on lsc on trax. No ...more

Mine is CL 15 CH 38 R 25 with a 45 spring and sag at 103.

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