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    New question here. Fox Float on Cannondale Jekyll 400

    I have a Cannondale Jekyll 400, which comes with the basic fox float. What is a good PSI to keep it at? I do like it to be a little lose to soften the ride up. I've been told weight plus 25, but that is only 205 PSI.

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    if you want a plush ride, then 90% of your weight. if you want a stiff ride (lots of climbing, ect...) then your weight plus 10lbs. consider getting your fox pushed by darren at push ( ) it will make a huge difference

    Good Luck
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