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Old 12-08-2011, 04:48 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by lcoleman View Post
You can change the damping, but it's not really going to improve the ride because the spring rates are fixed. If anything, I'd probably turn the damping up--it might actually help. Nothing worse than a damper that's too soft for the spring.
Not necessarily true... You will notice a slightly less stiff ride if you turn it down even if you just have V2's and you can only adjust rebound which still makes it a bit more comfortable. I've done so on my V2's and I notice a huge difference in ride comfort when turned down.

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kw v1, v2, or v3?
Good point... V1's don't have any adjustments, only V2's and V3's.
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