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#1 addano

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Posted 22 February 2016 - 05:09 PM

Whats up guys..

 

Been having a lot of fun on the "new" sled but if there is one thing i would like to change a little it would be

getting that nose up a little easier.

 

Riding a ´11 lynx boondocker 800R etec 146"  and it just settles with the skis a few inches off the ground.

i can park the thing on a steep hill, stand on the rear bumper and give it the beans and it will always settle the same and just go like stink.

 

wouldn´t mind being able to lift that nose up some more just for the fun of it.  

it will keep the skis of the ground but more is well... more :)

 

limiter strap is in the lowest setting but there must be some adjustments that i can do with the suspension to help out.

 

any suggestions ?

 

 



#2 boondocker2213

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Posted 23 February 2016 - 12:31 PM

Soften your back skid shock and tighten front skid shock, this will transfer your weight to the rear of the track.

It will also make it trench and not get up on the snow during big climbs. It's hard to find a happy medium sometimes.

#3 addano

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Posted 23 February 2016 - 06:45 PM

Soften your back skid shock and tighten front skid shock, this will transfer your weight to the rear of the track.

It will also make it trench and not get up on the snow during big climbs. It's hard to find a happy medium sometimes.

 

thanks man, 

did some reading on the web and found suspension settings for the pps..

Going to take baby steps but yeah in that direction. don´t want the sled to drive on its tail but just a bit looser in the front..

Thanks for taking the time






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