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post #1 of 4 Old 06-20-2015, 04:43 PM Thread Starter
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Ohlins adjustment

I had the local suspension shop install and set up an ohlins HO201. They set it up for my weight at the shop. Now I'm going to be doing a lot of short trips with my gf. I need to learn how to adjust the new shock myself. Any good resources you can recommend?

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What adjustments are you wanting to make? The only changes I make on mine when my son rides with me is preload, I just cranked the knob up two clicks and off we go, didn't need to change any of the dampening settings.
I did eventually back the compression dampening off one click but it stays where I set it, no changing it if I carry a passenger


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What adjustments are you wanting to make? The only changes I make on mine when my son rides with me is preload, I just cranked the knob up two clicks and off we go, didn't need to change any of the dampening settings.
I did eventually back the compression dampening off one click but it stays where I set it, no changing it if I carry a passenger
What he said, just crank up the preload. Not sure what you guys net together, but you most likely need just crank it up as far as it goes for two up. No need to adjust reb and comp.

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post #4 of 4 Old 06-20-2015, 07:43 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks guys. I'll start there

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