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    HiFi Deluxe more plush

    Is there anyway to make this bike a little more plush? It absorbs the big bumps but not the little chatter if that make's sense.
    2014 Jamis Dakar XCT 650b Pro

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    Quote Originally Posted by cycling51 View Post
    Is there anyway to make this bike a little more plush? It absorbs the big bumps but not the little chatter if that make's sense.
    I am very happy with them.

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    I have an 2011 hifi deluxe and weigh about 200 lbs with full gear. I did the rear and the front forks.

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    Ken did it make a huge difference? I have thought about trying that.
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    The HiFI is set up from Trek more as a racebike than a trail bike in my opinion.
    Getting Push to reduce the compression level would give you better sensitivity to chatter, but just tell them what you want and they'll advice you well. Make sure that the damper links and swing links are not thightened too much, though. That can really slow things down.

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