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    NRS rear shock settings

    Hi all. Been tinkering around with my nrs rear shock, but noticed something. Been pumping the shock up (giants own nrs air shock) until I get no sag, but at that setting, I noticed that after a pretty hard ride, I'm only using about 1/2 of its stroke, by looking at the o-ring travle indicator. If I reduce the pressure so I use more of its travel, then I start getting sag and bob. Anyone got any suggestions on what to do?

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    That sounds about normal

    Quote Originally Posted by leleklegrunt
    Hi all. Been tinkering around with my nrs rear shock, but noticed something. Been pumping the shock up (giants own nrs air shock) until I get no sag, but at that setting, I noticed that after a pretty hard ride, I'm only using about 1/2 of its stroke, by looking at the o-ring travle indicator. If I reduce the pressure so I use more of its travel, then I start getting sag and bob. Anyone got any suggestions on what to do?
    I've got the RS shock, but it works about the same. I rarely get more than half travel under normal riding conditions (Arizona XC). I don't do jumps or drop-offs for the most part.

    The NRS design is biased towards locked out for pedalling efficiency. Not the plushest design out there, but it helps me keep up with the twenty-somethings.

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