Hagon leftshock


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mharnack
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Hagon leftshock

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I recently purchased and installed hagon rear left shock. It's set for my weight 230. What should I set psi to on my air shock. Any ideas
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Re: Hagon leftshock

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mharnack wrote: Mon Feb 01, 2021 9:35 am I recently purchased and installed hagon rear left shock. It's set for my weight 230. What should I set psi to on my air shock. Any ideas
Thank you
Michael
If the Hagon shock is already configured for your weight on your bike, then the air shock should have no pressure at all. The idea behind the air shock is to be able to prevent sag at higher loads. So if you have a passenger, or are carrying things in your luggage, then you can air up the air shock to compensate.
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Thank you for your help
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Re: Hagon leftshock

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Not like air bags on truck. Where u need to to keep min 5lbs air
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I have the Hagon prototype.

Riding solo there should be no air pressure at all. Depending on what/who you are adding, add pressure to suit.


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