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    Enduro RP2 air pressure

    I'm looking for air pressure recommendations for 2010 or 2011 RP2 Enduro. I weigh about 160 lbs and prefer a more firm XC ride. I'm not sure how to set by using sag. I'd rather hear some psi recommendations and fine tune from there.

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    170 psi

    clink link and go down to page 8 it should be healpful
    http://cdn.specialized.com/OA_MEDIA/..._Manual_r1.pdf

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    That chart is a bit confusing. My 2010 came with a RP2 w/BV, which isn't on the chart.
    The chart only has RP23/BV and RP2. I found the RP23/BV pressure setting to be much better. About a 30psi higher.
    BV = Boost Valve, btw

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    Go by sag

    Find your happy spot, bring a pump with you on the trail to adjust if needed. There is a "sagotron" sticker on your frame that lines up with sag readings on rear shock link...either 20% for firmer or 30% for softer.
    Pretty easy
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    Quote Originally Posted by snow-man
    Go by sag

    Find your happy spot, bring a pump with you on the trail to adjust if needed. There is a "sagotron" sticker on your frame that lines up with sag readings on rear shock link...either 20% for firmer or 30% for softer.
    Pretty easy
    +1

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    Thanks hitech that's what I was looking for.

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    I'm 180lb and have my shock @ 210-215psi to get between 25-30% sag. Feels good, never bottoms out but nearly achieves full travel

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