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    Marzocchi set-up

    I have a 2004 Kona Coiler, with the stock MZ Drop Off forks, they seem quite basic, is there any adjustment apart from the air pre-load, or has anyone had any success with any oil changes, pro tuning etc???

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    I'm in the same boat. Just got an new 04 coiler for dirt cheap, and have just started to fiddle with its settings. I dont think the rebound can be ajusted externaly, but a lighter or heavier(sp) oil would speed or slow the rebound. Personaly i'm thinking of trying a heavier oil to slow the rebound a little.

    I'm 5'10 180 so if and when i figure out my settings i'll let you know.
    It's not a good ride if you don't scare yourself at least once.

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    you cant handle bars.
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    best way to fix the dot is to buy at least one hscv cartridge. its optimal to get one for both legs, but they arent cheap at 100 bucks a pop. they will hugely improve the ride of the fork though.

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