Dial off all your rebound damping to minimum. Ride off the kerb, while standing up on the pedals, at slow to mid-paced speed. Your suspension will probably compress, quickly re-extend (past the sag point), compress again and then re-extend again. In other words, it will bounce around like a trampoline and then settle.
Can you adjust suspension on mountain bike?
If you find that your fork or shock is still bottoming out too easily and have a high-end shock and fork with the option, you can adjust your high-speed compression damping. Adding more high-speed compression damping reduces the amount of travel the fork uses in high speed impacts (shaft speed not bike speed).
What SAG should a mountain bike have?
Most manufacturers recommend that you set your sag somewhere between 25 to 35 percent. If your sag is higher or lower than that, you need to make some adjustments by attaching your shock pump and increasing or decreasing the air pressure in the shock and running the calculation again.
What PSI should my mountain bike shocks be?
Often yes, usually rear shocks run 100-200psi, but fork psi varies a lot, depending on the design. Get the sag around 25% (maybe slightly less sag in the front than the rear) and see how it rides (that’s what really matters), adjust on the trail as needed.
What PSI should rear shocks be?
The Fox website says the safe operating range is 50 to 300 PSI.
Can you use wd40 on bike suspension?
WD-40 doesn’t really lubricate much of anything. It’s actually a de-greaser, so it will remove any lubricant from bicycle chains, cables and other pivot joints. If you’re cleaning your chain for re-lubrication purposes with a product other than WD-40, then WD-40 will be fine to use.
What is high speed rebound?
High Speed Rebound is a damping adjustment that is controlled via a dial, when externally adjustable. Turning the dial in the Jackalope or ‘–’ (minus) direction reduces the amount of High Speed Rebound damping and the suspension will extend faster.
How do you adjust a sag?
To change the sag, use a long punch and a large hammer to loosen the spring locking nut on the shock. 4. Then, turn the spring with your hand to adjust the rear spring preload. Make sure that when you’re turning the spring, the preload nut is also turning.
How do you calculate suspension sag?
% Sag = (Stroke Used) / (Total Stroke Length) * (100 %)
- The Stroke Used is the amount of suspension stroke used while you are on your bike in a static riding position.
- The Total Stroke Length is the length of the shock shaft that is available to be compressed.
12 сент. 2017 г.