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    Falling Rate Suspension Vivid R2C

    So I've got 2008 Mongoose EC-D with a Vivid R2C MM... It's a falling rate design... would running more sag and higher lo speed compression help make it more progressive? Pardon the noobness...
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    The linkage is a falling rate and nothing will change that. Adding more LSC will make it use travel less readily. Adding volume reduction bands will increase spring rate, especially at the end of travel. More sag just reduces spring rate.

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