indianFighter wrote:I asked about damper oil because the service manual has listings of fluid capacity for the forks; in the tubes it says 408 cm2 but below that it says fork damper 187 cm2.
So do I need to fill the fork damper too with oil even if I'm not opening it up to service?
I got the compression/rebound standard specs from the service manual too. I'll run it standard and then adjust from there. Not to sound like a noob but when the mnaul says 12 clicks out from fully in means from fully soft right? Means turn it in counter clockwise to go fully soft then turn it clockwise 12 clicks.
In the tyres I'll run 14/14 psi front/rear to start off with, should be fine as a start point for hard park dirt right?
indianFighter wrote:Ok some confusion; the 2008 owner's manual and the service manual for 2008 state the fork oil capacity for stiffer .48 kg springs is cm2 402 standard, 410 max and 314 min. For other years it is vastly different.I'm putting in .52 kg springs so 375 cm2 will be ok? Or should I go for the RT recommended 350?
What changed in the 2008 forks form the earlier ones and 2009 that warranted such a huge change in fork oil volume?
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