If you have a pre-2013 (Kermit) Jet 9 with the CTD shock, it is recommended to leave in the Trail mode although I prefer the Descent mode which really makes it eat up the small stuff and unless you are hitting some BIG drops it will handle the hard hits as well(if you get your sag set right) Even in that mode it still climbs great. For some of the LONGER climbs like out west you might want to use the climb mode. If you have an older Jet 9 with the RP23 shock I would never do anything with it other than leave it in the Open mode and forget the Pro-Pedal mode. Then you can fool around with the dampening to get it right for your trails. BTW, I sent mind to Push and they asked about my Trails, riding style, weight, and bike, etc. and when I told them it was going on a Jet 9 RDO they told me the Pro-Pedal setting was designed to almost do nothing because that bike is so efficient at climbing that the Pro-Pedal is not necessary. Hope this helps.
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