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Re: YOUR SETUP

Posted: Fri Sep 29, 2017 4:56 pm
by SKlein
Hi Im Skyqe wrote:I think it has to continue.. :lol:

Well that settles it, due to popular demand the tradition must continue.

Re: YOUR SETUP

Posted: Fri Sep 29, 2017 5:22 pm
by ROSE822
Hi Im Skyqe wrote:
ROSE822 wrote:
Knight24_ wrote:peter liek wya


lol he wishes


You jus sawlty that you ain't got anything that comes near the Wizards.

PEUH CAN I HAS A SEUP? -JAKEY ROSE


but pweter i wnt a SEUP!

Re: YOUR SETUP

Posted: Sat Jan 20, 2018 7:11 pm
by mxfille
anyone want to share a nice SX setup?

Re: YOUR SETUP

Posted: Sat Jan 20, 2018 10:39 pm
by jtrs61
mxfille wrote:anyone want to share a nice SX setup?

+1

Especially pre load settings... I have "suggested" spring rates from race tech, and have been fooling around long enough to have an idea of damping, but how the hell you sposta set sag on an imaginary bike lol

Re: YOUR SETUP

Posted: Mon Jan 22, 2018 12:18 pm
by CBM RACING
jtrs61 wrote:
mxfille wrote:anyone want to share a nice SX setup?

+1

Especially pre load settings... I have "suggested" spring rates from race tech, and have been fooling around long enough to have an idea of damping, but how the hell you sposta set sag on an imaginary bike lol


This is what I am running. I am not a great player but I have a really good setup but I would also like to know how to get better Pre load because I am having issues with landings that are higher than the jumps right out of corners and on off's and yes I do know how to use the sit/dab button but there has got to be something better. Hopefully it helps someone and someone will help me in return.

BTW if your a first time player I dont recommend this setup! It gets way to much traction and the steering is extremely touchy. I thought having a Pro Rider setup would make me instantly so much better at the game boy was I wrong. I still have problems trying to control the bike on the ground. Start slow and work your way up.

leveling=22.000000
roll_damping=50.000000
roll_limit_angle=64.000000
roll_limit_factor=5.000000
steering_damping=40.000000
steering_strength=100.000000
max_steering_force=995.000000
direct_steering=1.000000
slow_damping_speed=55.000000
slow_damping_factor=2.000000
land_damping_falloff=0.125000
land_damping_factor=2.000000
full_lock_speed=5.000000
restricted_lock_speed=50.000000
restricted_lock=8.500000

fork_compression_adjustment=85.000000
fork_slow_compression_adjustment=60.000000
fork_rebound_adjustment=70.000000
fork_slow_rebound_adjustment=70.000000
fork_spring_rate_adjustment=70.000000
fork_preload_adjustment=50.000000
fork_oil_level_adjustment=90.000000
shock_compression_adjustment=90.000000
shock_slow_compression_adjustment=40.000000
shock_rebound_adjustment=90.000000
shock_slow_rebound_adjustment=40.000000
shock_spring_rate_adjustment=50.000000
shock_preload_adjustment=40.000000
rider_yspring=80.000000
rider_ydamping=63.000000
rider_zspring=88.000000
rider_zdamping=40.000000
rider_mass_distribution=0.480000

Re: YOUR SETUP

Posted: Mon Jan 22, 2018 5:43 pm
by mxfille
CBM RACING wrote:
jtrs61 wrote:
mxfille wrote:anyone want to share a nice SX setup?

+1

Especially pre load settings... I have "suggested" spring rates from race tech, and have been fooling around long enough to have an idea of damping, but how the hell you sposta set sag on an imaginary bike lol


This is what I am running. I am not a great player but I have a really good setup but I would also like to know how to get better Pre load because I am having issues with landings that are higher than the jumps right out of corners and on off's and yes I do know how to use the sit/dab button but there has got to be something better. Hopefully it helps someone and someone will help me in return.

BTW if your a first time player I dont recommend this setup! It gets way to much traction and the steering is extremely touchy. I thought having a Pro Rider setup would make me instantly so much better at the game boy was I wrong. I still have problems trying to control the bike on the ground. Start slow and work your way up.

leveling=22.000000
roll_damping=50.000000
roll_limit_angle=64.000000
roll_limit_factor=5.000000
steering_damping=40.000000
steering_strength=100.000000
max_steering_force=995.000000
direct_steering=1.000000
slow_damping_speed=55.000000
slow_damping_factor=2.000000
land_damping_falloff=0.125000
land_damping_factor=2.000000
full_lock_speed=5.000000
restricted_lock_speed=50.000000
restricted_lock=8.500000

fork_compression_adjustment=85.000000
fork_slow_compression_adjustment=60.000000
fork_rebound_adjustment=70.000000
fork_slow_rebound_adjustment=70.000000
fork_spring_rate_adjustment=70.000000
fork_preload_adjustment=50.000000
fork_oil_level_adjustment=90.000000
shock_compression_adjustment=90.000000
shock_slow_compression_adjustment=40.000000
shock_rebound_adjustment=90.000000
shock_slow_rebound_adjustment=40.000000
shock_spring_rate_adjustment=50.000000
shock_preload_adjustment=40.000000
rider_yspring=80.000000
rider_ydamping=63.000000
rider_zspring=88.000000
rider_zdamping=40.000000
rider_mass_distribution=0.480000



thanks man! no im not a new player, played a while but cant figure it out at the moment...

Re: YOUR SETUP

Posted: Mon Jan 22, 2018 6:18 pm
by CBM RACING
This setup was made by a top 20 Pro 250 Rider for this years championship so its a good one. Are you using a 2500 or 450? It might make a difference. Try it on a 250 and see if you like it any better.

Re: YOUR SETUP

Posted: Mon Jan 22, 2018 6:33 pm
by mxfille
CBM RACING wrote:This setup was made by a top 20 Pro 250 Rider for this years championship so its a good one. Are you using a 2500 or 450? It might make a difference. Try it on a 250 and see if you like it any better.


Im riding 450, will try it out on a 250 instead

Re: YOUR SETUP

Posted: Wed Feb 14, 2018 1:11 am
by Ddavis
What do you kids run nowadays for gearing on the little bike?

Re: YOUR SETUP

Posted: Wed Feb 14, 2018 1:15 am
by dylangatlin876
Ddavis wrote:What do you kids run nowadays for gearing on the little bike?

0,1

Re: YOUR SETUP

Posted: Wed Feb 14, 2018 11:19 pm
by ROSE822
dylangatlin876 wrote:
Ddavis wrote:What do you kids run nowadays for gearing on the little bike?

0,1


0 -1 :)

Re: YOUR SETUP

Posted: Tue Mar 13, 2018 7:09 am
by Will93
Here's my setup!

The suspension is a bit on the softer side, so it's great through rough stuff and braking bumps, but it tends to bounce and swap in the whoops, so ride SX at your own risk. The advanced is a bit loose, but not crazy. I'd say it's more comparable to Armstrong rather than Fjeldberg in terms of how free it is.

I should mention that the suspension is based off a setup from a while earlier in the thread, I only slightly tweaked a few settings if that. For the advanced I used Tysen's as a base and tried to make it more to how I would like it. I noticed I slid out a lot so I bumped up the restricted lock a bit. Not sure how much else I tweaked. I'd love feedback or suggestions as I'm still mostly lost when it comes to setups. Those bars are intimidating, man :D

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Re: YOUR SETUP

Posted: Thu Mar 29, 2018 6:35 pm
by ty casey
Any 450 outdoor setups? :D

Re: YOUR SETUP

Posted: Thu Mar 29, 2018 8:10 pm
by maggett
Will93 wrote:Here's my setup!

The suspension is a bit on the softer side, so it's great through rough stuff and braking bumps, but it tends to bounce and swap in the whoops, so ride SX at your own risk. The advanced is a bit loose, but not crazy. I'd say it's more comparable to Armstrong rather than Fjeldberg in terms of how free it is.

I should mention that the suspension is based off a setup from a while earlier in the thread, I only slightly tweaked a few settings if that. For the advanced I used Tysen's as a base and tried to make it more to how I would like it. I noticed I slid out a lot so I bumped up the restricted lock a bit. Not sure how much else I tweaked. I'd love feedback or suggestions as I'm still mostly lost when it comes to setups. Those bars are intimidating, man :D

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hey try this for stability if you want its based of tysens as well and pretty close to yours and should be easier than using 30 lock angle. i made it before supercross this year and got 2 250 east pro wins so far with it

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Re: YOUR SETUP

Posted: Fri Apr 20, 2018 6:52 am
by Will93
maggett wrote:
Will93 wrote:Here's my setup!

The suspension is a bit on the softer side, so it's great through rough stuff and braking bumps, but it tends to bounce and swap in the whoops, so ride SX at your own risk. The advanced is a bit loose, but not crazy. I'd say it's more comparable to Armstrong rather than Fjeldberg in terms of how free it is.

I should mention that the suspension is based off a setup from a while earlier in the thread, I only slightly tweaked a few settings if that. For the advanced I used Tysen's as a base and tried to make it more to how I would like it. I noticed I slid out a lot so I bumped up the restricted lock a bit. Not sure how much else I tweaked. I'd love feedback or suggestions as I'm still mostly lost when it comes to setups. Those bars are intimidating, man :D

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hey try this for stability if you want its based of tysens as well and pretty close to yours and should be easier than using 30 lock angle. i made it before supercross this year and got 2 250 east pro wins so far with it

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Thanks, I've been liking it a lot so far! It feels very similar, just way more planted through the corners. It doesn't seem to have the issues with sliding out or the wobblyness cause by my workaround with the lock angle.