Question about TM Racing EN 300 Motorcycles
You want to set your SAG which should be around 100 to 110 mm
to check.....with a friend..
with bike upright on it on it wheels........no stands or straps take a measurement from the rear axle straight up to the fender and make a mark on the fender so you use the same exact spot, record this measurement.
put on all you riding gear, all of it!!!!!! and sit in your riding position with your feet on the pegs or as much of your weight as possible on the bike......buddy needed.........take and record measurement from same location
now whats the difference between these 2 measurements....this is your sag, convert inches to mm by multiplying # with 25.4
1.25 inches = 31.75mm
now loosen and adjust your spring preload to achieve that measurement.
YOU MAY ALSO NEED STIFFER OF SOFTER SPRING BASED ON YOU WEIGHT AND RIDING STYLE
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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