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Adjustng the suspension

Hi all!I'm gona get a new 2008 crf250r and i want to ask you if i have to adjust the suspension on my weight?Do i have to do that.How? THANK YOU

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Adjust your sag but i saw a pro do it with no more than 4 inches. Be sure your wearing all your gear when checking the sag. For rebound if the back of the bike is coming up and hit your butt when your on the breaks before a corner you have to much rear rebound. One good idea is to have a friend film you while you ride to see what the bike is doing. If it packs down to little rebound if it jumps up and down to much rebound. Compression will adjust how fast the shocks move in. If your at a track your suspension should bottom out on the biggest jump which should be about once a lap. Most bikes are set up to wear you don't really need to move the compression or rebound clickers. First thing have to do as I said before is to adjust your sag.

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Engine: 599cc,4-stroke,four-cylinder, liquid-cooled, DOHC, 16-valve*
Bore Stroke: 67.0 x 42.5mm
Compression Ratio: 12.8:1
Fuel System: Fuel Injection
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