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Discussion in 'Trials' started by Vintage pro, Feb 25, 2017.
would you think this would be worth it for a beginner?
If you need a shock it`s a great idea. If you have too much money it`s great. (But if I had too much, it would be spare bikes, not spare parts.) Any time you make the bike better is good for you. But you could take that money and do a few schools.
What year & bike are we referring too and do you know if it is the standard setting? As a general ruel of thumb the softer setting work much better , much more for a beginner.
i have a 2017 Sherco 300 Factory.
haven't messed with the stock settings on the shock, yet
There isn't much to mess with. They get the preload right for the majority and the shock is a bit slow and harsh until break-in, then it loosens up and works good... until you experience Vintage pro's remote reservoir version, or his modified version of the stock internal-reservoir Ohlins.
If one has the stock Ohlins modified, the is no buying a whole new shock.