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    2013 Epic Brain Fork tunning

    Got a question. I have a 2013 Epic Marathon and I am having trouble getting the Brain fork dialed in for me. It has the Solo Air SID, and the "S-Works" top mounted brain fade dial. The problem is I can't seem to get the "plush" small bump compliance and still have the "brain" locked out feeling out of the saddle. Also, I have lowered preassure down to about 75 psi (I weigh about 190) so I am concerned with to low of Air. Any tips on how to get this Fork dialed in would be great. Thanks.

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    you can't get it to work both ways, the brain fork will never be as plush as a regular sid since it constantly wants to lock out. 75psi is way low for your weight too.

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    Yea, thats what I was afraid of. Got any suggestions?

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    leave the brain on the lightest setting, or put a regular sid fork on the bike.
    i run the lightest setting on my brain fork, not too bad that way.

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