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  1. #1
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    May 2004

    Marzocchi Roco Air TST R, pressure, tuning?

    After a lot of searching for a rear shock I ordered one from Blue Sky Cycles. Those guys are awesome, my 2nd order from them. I called them today a couple of days after y place the order, just to check what was going on, and they toll me that they were out of the 2011 that I ordered for $359 so they were going to upgrade it to a 2012 shock!!! What a deal for that price!!! Anyway, the shock will go on a Nomad 2010 that I am building, I am @ 150 pounds with gear and I ride AM with fast technical descends and sometimes chair service runs. Any tips for tuning my shock? How much air pressure should i start in the piggy back for damping ? Anybody running this shock on your Nomads? What are your experiences with them Thank you for you help!!

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    May 2012
    I have mine on a nomad 2. And I weight about the same as you. I set the pressure around 70-75 psi and the piggyback to 170 psi. I read it somewhere that the piggyback range should be between 170-220.

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