416 Progressive Suspension air pressure


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416 Progressive Suspension air pressure

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Hi user of 416 progressive rear shock. What's the ideal air pressure i must put on those shocks for better comfort ride. I installed those shocks this last week-end and i have the impression that it's was more comfortable with the oem shocks.(excuse my english is not very good) thank you



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Re: 416 Progressive Suspension air pressure

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GoldPower wrote:
Mon Sep 23, 2019 4:56 pm
Hi user of 416 progressive rear shock. What's the ideal air pressure i must put on those shocks for better comfort ride. I installed those shocks this last week-end and i have the impression that it's was more comfortable with the oem shocks.(excuse my english is not very good) thank you
The progressive 416 shocks are definitely stiffer and more firm than OEM, particularly considering the OEM's are 20-30 years old now.

I typically keep mine at around 10-15 psi if I'm riding alone.

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