- Oct 31, 2000
Hi, I'm trying to get the Marzzochis on my 01 Husky 125 right for woods riding - stones, roots and gloop. At the moment the forks seem to ride high in the stroke and lack sensitivity on low speed impacts. It's causing me to fight the bike in the technical stuff. Short vertical climbs make the bike want to loop. I'm on minimum compression and rebound settings. I changed the oil to 5wt and lowered it by 10mm but no real change. What's the best way to get the initial action more supple - a lighter spring or a revalve? Should I put a smaller preload spacer in (it's about 30mm tall) or keep the preload and play around with the other stuff? Thanks in advance for any help...