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    New question here. Lyric 2-Step on 2010 Enduro

    Anybody else having to run very low air pressure and compression in order to get good small bump compliance and proper sag?

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    I had those issues with mine. The air pressure guide on the fork leg is useless as the pressure I had to use was about 20 psi less than what it said. It seemed to get better as it broke in but still wasn't thrilled with it. The rebound was too fast even though the adjuster was all the way in. Put on a VAN 36R on it and no problems. May consider putting the Lyrik back on after doing some service on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kealoha
    I had those issues with mine. The air pressure guide on the fork leg is useless as the pressure I had to use was about 20 psi less than what it said. It seemed to get better as it broke in but still wasn't thrilled with it. The rebound was too fast even though the adjuster was all the way in. Put on a VAN 36R on it and no problems. May consider putting the Lyrik back on after doing some service on it.
    Or sell it to me for super cheap

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