These Settings can be used as a starting point to setting up your DHR for you.
BV Pressure: 140psi
HSC: -10 clicks out
LSC: -12 clicks out
• 170lb rider: 350 spring
rebound: -7 clicks out
• 200lb rider: 400 spring
rebound: -5 clicks out
As a general rule, you should have 30-33% of your shocks travel devoted to Sag. The faster you ride, the more energy you are putting into the bike. Being honest with your assessment of yourself as a rider is the first step to getting your bike set up for you.
Please Note: When adjusting preload, check with your shock manufacturers specification for max preload since the coil may 'bottom-out' before the stroke of the shock.
tip::. for more information on your FOX shock, go to foxracingshox.com.
To Increase Early Travel Support, decrease spring rate and/or add preload.
To Increase End Travel Support, you can either add BV pressure or increase spring rate and/or decrease preload.
Unless you pedal like a gorilla, really getting your hips into the action, you shouldn't need any additional LSC.
These setting were based on a rocky East Coast test track. If you are on a smoother track with bermed corners and less square edges, you can increase HSC. If You are riding at World Cup speeds, you can increase HSC. If You feel the bike -