Prydz wrote:TeamHavocRacing wrote:Prydz wrote:How am I suppose to go fast at outdoors when my suspension/rider collapse after small overjumps?
Even with everything at 100 I eat shit
At 100, you transmit more impact to the rider, causing a falloff sooner. Use this as a guide....
Less compression damping softens up the ride as does spring rate. Low speed damping acts like an anti-roll bar, high speed is for hits. Same goes for rebound, have just enough to keep the tire in contact, but enough damping to prevent pogo-ing. Adjust either end's high speed RB damping to balance out endo or wheelie tendencies. Not too much RB damping or you won't clear that monster triple.
You dont understand. Because of the latest snapshots, you cant even run like... 60-70 compression or spring rate on the shock. You'll just eat shit from tiny overjumps
I just saw this post. To recap, what Havoc is saying would be correct in the real world however in MXS our low speed adjustment is not a true low speed adjustment.
In MXS our low speed adjusts the curve of the damping from digressive (0-49) linear (50) and progressive (51-100).