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Re: YOUR SETUP

Postby Prydz » Mon Jun 06, 2016 7:48 pm

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.


Blablabla.
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

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Re: YOUR SETUP

Postby Rayvenator » Mon Jun 06, 2016 8:05 pm

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.


Blablabla.
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


He's trying to help you and he is right.
The problem is either somewhere else in your setup or you overjump too far.

Stop beeing a dick to people who is legitimately trying to help you.
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Re: YOUR SETUP

Postby Prydz » Tue Jun 07, 2016 8:55 am

I just posted my setup. What is wrong with it?

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Re: YOUR SETUP

Postby motokid499 » Tue Jun 07, 2016 1:00 pm

motokid499 wrote:What i've used pretty much since the high/low speed snapshot came out. 250f.


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Still using this. 4th o/a at glen helen with it
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Re: YOUR SETUP

Postby Big Smooth one3 » Tue Jun 07, 2016 3:24 pm

motokid499 wrote:Still using this. 4th o/a at glen helen with it

I'm wondering what adjustments - if any - you'd make for a 450?
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Re: YOUR SETUP

Postby motokid499 » Tue Jun 07, 2016 3:57 pm

On 1.10 or older you could get away with adjusting things on your suspension to make it work for 250/450, but this new suspension you have to run a completely different STYLE of setup even. I have 450 suspension I could post but I don't ride 450 soo..

I know Valtteri Tainen uses suspension I gave him. We both kinda run weird suspension compared to a lot of people though. I've tried so many peoples suspension like honeywells, robbs etc and I can only seem to do good in races if im running suspension made by my suspension guy, who makes all my setups. I'm not sure if he wants to be named but yeah, I've been using the same guy for suspension since the new snapshot. Ill ask him if I can post some setups.
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Re: YOUR SETUP

Postby yzmxer608 » Tue Jun 07, 2016 11:33 pm

You have a suspension guy in mxs? It's not that hard to figure out, I doubt most people even set things based on what makes sense anyway and just play with numbers until it feels good :lol:. Hell, most people probably don't understand what the low speed settings do in mxs.
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Re: YOUR SETUP

Postby TeamHavocRacing » Wed Jun 08, 2016 12:18 am

Please enlighten us. My Sherman tank is all over the place in those braking bumps.
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Re: YOUR SETUP

Postby DonnieTheDealer » Thu Jun 16, 2016 2:11 am

Haven't been apart of the forums until now, just thought I'd join to share my suspension. Been playing for a while and this seems to work for me.
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Re: YOUR SETUP

Postby John23 » Thu Jun 16, 2016 7:59 pm

If you have Stop Wheelies set to "Yes", does it slow down the acceleration/top speed? I can't seem to ride consistently with it tuned to "No". I seem to loop out everywhere, so my question is: Does having Stop Wheelies set to "Yes" or "Front Only" impact the speed of the bike (Acceleration/Top Speed)?
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Re: YOUR SETUP

Postby Railin' N Trailin' » Thu Jun 16, 2016 8:44 pm

turn down the braking torque. I ride 350 for 250, and 470 for 450s. I tend to change it depending on the traction of the track
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Re: YOUR SETUP

Postby John23 » Thu Jun 16, 2016 9:10 pm

Railin' N Trailin' wrote:turn down the braking torque. I ride 350 for 250, and 470 for 450s. I tend to change it depending on the traction of the track

No. I'm talking about it will front wheelie. I will loop out
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Re: YOUR SETUP

Postby DonnieTheDealer » Fri Jun 17, 2016 4:28 am

Pretty sure it slows you down so you can't loop out
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Re: YOUR SETUP

Postby Railin' N Trailin' » Fri Jun 17, 2016 4:37 am

It puts less pressure on the braking aspect, but still does the job. It's smoother. Try it
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Re: YOUR SETUP

Postby webbmotox » Tue Jul 05, 2016 6:18 am

DurpDers#427 wrote:
RXR_Banjo wrote:Hi Thorpe, i have tried once again your advanced for 20 laps and i am in love with it!! i can run the same laps as before but more consistent! i have made one small change to your advanced if you wanna try it.. here it is :
max steering force: 820 to 850
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Sweet man! This stability saves my ass all the time...its tight enough to help stay up, and I have seen it throw down some whips, from other riders that run a similar stability. I also tried 850, feels good..I also changed the "Restricted Lock Angle" to 6.50..that I got from yours!

Ddavis wrote:I know where you got your advanced Thorpe :lol: Damn near identical to mine

Lets hope he doesn't mind :P I'm sure his setup has help many in this game!


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