rearset adjustment preference?
yoober at gmail.com
Sat Feb 16 12:40:45 PST 2008
I know my spring rates are correct. Sag is not far off if it's off,
but to be honest I'm not 100% sure.
The 1 inches up and back was hard on my knees at first. But I kept
moving around until I found a sweet spot (also what a difference
outside foot angle and position makes). But I was thinking, yeah,
*back* a little more would maybe make things more comfortable.
On 2/16/08, Ernest Montague <afm199 at earthlink.net> wrote:
> I don't drag pegs with my setup. the svs is .75 higher than the naked.
> Is your sag/spring rate correct? I have run 1.5 up and back, just hard
> on my knees. Actually it is the up that is hard, the back is easier.
> On Feb 16, 2008, at 12:24 PM, Erik Weber wrote:
> > Are you asking which people would like better, holes or sliders? I've
> > never tried the slider type so I couldn't say.
> > 2.5 inches up and back from the stock *naked* position doesn't seem
> > like that much to me, I'm a little surprised by what Ernie said. I
> > think that's 1.5 inches up and back from stock "S" position, right? I
> > would use every bit of that. I already use 1.0 inches up and back from
> > stock "S" position, my rear ride height is up, what, 1.5 inches or so
> > with the Penske and I still drag pegs before using all of the rear
> > tire (it's pretty close though). So it seems one more half inch in
> > either direction is not absurd. Hope I've got my numbers right.
> > What also is important to me is choice of pegs. I like aftermarket
> > pegs that are still mounted with the OEM spring returns. I like being
> > able to drag the pegs just a tad without worrying about it.
> > I don't think I'm a typical customer so you should solicit more
> > opinions. :)
> > Erik
> > On 2/15/08, matthew patton <pattonme at yahoo.com> wrote:
> >> which do you folks prefer in a rearset?
> >> infinate adjustability from stock SV-N to a little over 2.5" back and
> >> 2.5 up vs adjustable range from stock SV-N raised 15mm to 2.5" back
> >> and
> >> 2mm shy of 2" up?
> >> I just wondered which had more appeal.
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