I just bought a 2008 Specialized Stumpjumper FSR. I've been told that the biggest problem with the suspension system with this bike is adjusting it to your weight and type of riding. This is my first full suspension bike and a huge upgrade from my other bike so i'm on new ground. Any tips on how I can go about making the needed adjustments?
This is also my first bike with air shocks. What is the suggested air pressure for them? My prefered type of rides are singletrack trails. I'm about 160 lbs.
On trails where I don't need a cushy ride such as logging roads, but I don't want to lock it out, what would the max air pressure be...about?
Is there a specific order in which I should make adjustments or just just keeping moving things around until it feels right.
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