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    DHX Air Setup

    Guys,

    Question as to how you setup your DHX airs on the XCL, I have the sag pretty much spot on for my weight (180lbs), I'm still messing with the propedal dial.

    Where you you have yours set?

    Thanks!

    Monty

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    sup monty, I have mine set 6 clicks from the none pp.. but, when its a long clime i dial it up all the way.. depends on the terrain too... i though my initial ride on the xcl was good, it only gets better once everything dials in... good luck n have fun

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    If I keep mine at 5 clicks from most, it seems to pedal good and still handle the small stuff well. I have been working on a better stroke, this has really cleaned up the bobbing.
    Cycle tracks will abound in Utopia. ~H.G. Wells

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    hey I weigh 185 and have the main chamber at 205 and the piggyback at 150. Propedal all the way firm and bottom out all the way firm. The rebound do a couple of curb drops untill it goes down and comes back once. Rides great cross country/ out of the saddle sprints and man size drops 6ft. If its cold out {below 45} add some air to the main chamber 5 to 10 pounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shwatzu
    hey I weigh 185 and have the main chamber at 205 and the piggyback at 150. Propedal all the way firm and bottom out all the way firm. The rebound do a couple of curb drops untill it goes down and comes back once. Rides great cross country/ out of the saddle sprints and man size drops 6ft. If its cold out {below 45} add some air to the main chamber 5 to 10 pounds.
    Thanks for the answer Shwatzu!

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