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revalve rm250 for woods

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#1
Anyone ever change shims or revalve 01 rm250
for the woods.Any suggestions on what to change?
I have tore them apart before,but not sure on all
the technicle stuff,shim stack building,ect.
Thanks overbore
 
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#4
I have already done a few bikes in the past few years,
but dont understand everything as far as building the
shim stacks and midvalve,ect to get what I want.I would like
to set this up for my son for next year for harescrambles.
Any Ideas on what anyone has changed or has to change
to get it right for a 160 lb rider.
Thanks
 
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#5
Overbore, it goes a little bit like this. You show me yrs and I show you mine.
So tell us the stack which is in the forks right now and we can suggest what you have to do to make any positive changes.
This is combination with comments what is wrong with it now. Rgds
 

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Originally posted by overbore
no one ever revalve a suzuki
the problem is overbore, that people make a living from this, the most time consuming part is not taking the suspension apart, it is from the hours of testing it takes to come up with a good setting, quite ofen, that is what you are paying for when you get a revalve. It would be like asking David Coppafeel how he does his magic tricks, but then again, how that dork ever got it on with that german supermodel chick, now that was pure magic, LOL.

tell us what stacks you are running and how you want it changed and the members may have some suggestions how to improve it.
 
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#7
I havent taken it apart yet,but was wondering if anyone
had any Ideas.I will not ask anything else here as I didnt
know that I was breaking the golden rule.I have always and
will still go out of my way to help anyone with information
and help people because that is what we are suppose to do.
good luck to you all.
 
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#8
You haven't broken any rules, it's just that suspension is such a personalised thing from rider to rider etc. If you give us rider details such as weight, abillity and the current settings used, the people here will be more than happy to help.