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DougBauer19
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Re: YOUR SETUP

Postby DougBauer19 » Thu Apr 02, 2020 9:32 pm

Here is a setup for people to try if they want. Preferrably an outdoor setup but it can work for supercross, not the best in the whoops, unless you turn up rider mass distribution. I find it really forgiving, you can oj and case lots of jumps and survive, but it still works pretty darn good for everything else.
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Re: YOUR SETUP

Postby Finalmushroom » Tue Apr 14, 2020 4:59 pm

DougBauer19 wrote:Here is a setup for people to try if they want. Preferrably an outdoor setup but it can work for supercross, not the best in the whoops, unless you turn up rider mass distribution. I find it really forgiving, you can oj and case lots of jumps and survive, but it still works pretty darn good for everything else.
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Looks a bit soft. Also, how do you like having your vertical/forward spring high but with high dampening? Seems interesting! I run outdoors 80,40 and 90,50 for those with a stiffer suspension and rider mass at .45 ( I run .48 at times which seems to increase the stability but I think my leveling is too high for this setting).

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Re: YOUR SETUP

Postby celtex » Tue Apr 14, 2020 10:57 pm

Finalmushroom wrote:
DougBauer19 wrote:Here is a setup for people to try if they want. Preferrably an outdoor setup but it can work for supercross, not the best in the whoops, unless you turn up rider mass distribution. I find it really forgiving, you can oj and case lots of jumps and survive, but it still works pretty darn good for everything else.
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Looks a bit soft. Also, how do you like having your vertical/forward spring high but with high dampening? Seems interesting! I run outdoors 80,40 and 90,50 for those with a stiffer suspension and rider mass at .45 ( I run .48 at times which seems to increase the stability but I think my leveling is too high for this setting).

I’ll try and get my image to work and I’ll send one in

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Re: YOUR SETUP

Postby celtex » Tue Apr 14, 2020 11:03 pm

250 OutdoorImage

450 OutdoorImage

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Re: YOUR SETUP

Postby DougBauer19 » Wed Apr 15, 2020 5:11 pm

celtex wrote:
Finalmushroom wrote:
DougBauer19 wrote:Here is a setup for people to try if they want. Preferrably an outdoor setup but it can work for supercross, not the best in the whoops, unless you turn up rider mass distribution. I find it really forgiving, you can oj and case lots of jumps and survive, but it still works pretty darn good for everything else.
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Looks a bit soft. Also, how do you like having your vertical/forward spring high but with high dampening? Seems interesting! I run outdoors 80,40 and 90,50 for those with a stiffer suspension and rider mass at .45 ( I run .48 at times which seems to increase the stability but I think my leveling is too high for this setting).

I’ll try and get my image to work and I’ll send one in

The suspension acts as if its stiff because of my low rider mass distribution i think. It seems balanced and good for an all around setup.
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Re: YOUR SETUP

Postby Ih8Hondas » Mon Apr 20, 2020 12:38 am

Getting back into the game after a couple of years so I've forgotten basically everything. Anyone good mx and sx setups for a 250 2t?
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Re: YOUR SETUP

Postby Finalmushroom » Mon Apr 20, 2020 4:05 pm

DougBauer19 wrote:
celtex wrote:
Finalmushroom wrote:
Looks a bit soft. Also, how do you like having your vertical/forward spring high but with high dampening? Seems interesting! I run outdoors 80,40 and 90,50 for those with a stiffer suspension and rider mass at .45 ( I run .48 at times which seems to increase the stability but I think my leveling is too high for this setting).

I’ll try and get my image to work and I’ll send one in

The suspension acts as if its stiff because of my low rider mass distribution i think. It seems balanced and good for an all around setup.


Yeah that's a good point. It's crazy how much the advanced settings makes the suspension feel different within game! It's unlimited for feel!

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Re: YOUR SETUP

Postby Lachiejmx » Tue Apr 21, 2020 6:28 am

Anyone know how to fix my bike when it leans over to a angle the back wheel jumps out and i lose all traction

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Re: YOUR SETUP

Postby celtex » Thu Apr 23, 2020 4:01 am

Lachiejmx wrote:Anyone know how to fix my bike when it leans over to a angle the back wheel jumps out and i lose all traction

U can’t fix it unless ur shock is insanely high. Mainly just throttle control

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Re: YOUR SETUP

Postby Finalmushroom » Thu Apr 23, 2020 4:10 pm

Lachiejmx wrote:Anyone know how to fix my bike when it leans over to a angle the back wheel jumps out and i lose all traction


You could look at your rebound on the shock? It could be hitting a bump while leaned over and rebounding too quickly causing it to pop. It also could be that you're over leaning the bike causing you to slide out. I do this a lot myself since I suck at smooth control. I would also look at your advanced and maybe it's a bit loose for you?

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Re: YOUR SETUP

Postby Lachiejmx » Fri May 01, 2020 8:27 am

celtex wrote:
Lachiejmx wrote:Anyone know how to fix my bike when it leans over to a angle the back wheel jumps out and i lose all traction

U can’t fix it unless ur shock is insanely high. Mainly just throttle control

I ride on keyboard so theres no such thing as throttle control

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Re: YOUR SETUP

Postby Lachiejmx » Fri May 01, 2020 8:29 am

Anyone got a stability setup more on the tighter side for first person?

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Re: YOUR SETUP

Postby Lachiejmx » Mon May 04, 2020 11:56 am

Looking for 125 gearing

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Re: YOUR SETUP

Postby Brinker556 » Mon May 04, 2020 3:52 pm

Lachiejmx wrote:Looking for 125 gearing


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Re: YOUR SETUP

Postby mikez#411 » Wed Jul 01, 2020 1:38 pm

Found a suspesion setup I like, haven't played for a few years, still using my advanced from back in the day (it's pretty loose but turns smooth)
Feel free to try it out
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