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    Tunning Tips for older Sid

    I kinda stumbled on to this Rockshox sid, i think it is an older one like and '03 or '04 and i am trying to get it to work for me. I have the weight chart on one of the legs. I am working on getting it a little more plush and using a little more of its travel rather than just the first two and a half inches with out inducing some huge sag? I know that the sid is designed to be a super stiff fork but it really seems like it is not living up to its potential. Also is there supposed to be any sag in a SID?

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    Good job!

    Quote Originally Posted by teddyboy
    I kinda stumbled on to this Rockshox sid, i think it is an older one like and '03 or '04 and i am trying to get it to work for me. I have the weight chart on one of the legs. I am working on getting it a little more plush and using a little more of its travel rather than just the first two and a half inches with out inducing some huge sag? I know that the sid is designed to be a super stiff fork but it really seems like it is not living up to its potential. Also is there supposed to be any sag in a SID?
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