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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-09-2011, 02:49 PM Thread Starter
 
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nitrogen shock pressure ?

On a revolt with the foxes what is the max pressure you can go ? , I have ben told that redline stock setting is 225 front 275 rear can you go higher than that without hurting the shock


also the elkas on a Riot what pressure do they recomend for nitrogen pressure ?
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Re: nitrogen shock pressure ?

They can go from 50 Psi to 500 psi.

I would recommend a lower pressure. Going higher, There not gonna move much.
Your also gonna just top them out, no droop.

Most coil overs are set at or around 200 psi.
Not an adjustable shock like the Air Shocks are.
Adjusting + or - 20 lbs. will slightly affect stiffness but that about it.

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Re: nitrogen shock pressure ?

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They can go from 50 Psi to 500 psi.

I would recommend a lower pressure. Going higher, There not gonna move much.
Your also gonna just top them out, no droop.

Most coil overs are set at or around 200 psi.
Not an adjustable shock like the Air Shocks are.
Adjusting + or - 20 lbs. will slightly affect stiffness but that about it.

Thanks for the info, playing with the revolt trying to help stop the three wheel turn " 1 wheel in front off the ground " just gona have to go to coil overs soon
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Re: nitrogen shock pressure ?

Sway bar.
Body roll is body roll. Your gonna get it with coils as well.
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Re: nitrogen shock pressure ?

Here is what I like



Sandracer and myself, found that the best pressure in my Stock Fox shocks are 230 in the rear and 200 in front... I have almost no wheel stand.. Keep in mind this was for the sound dunes only.....


Sandracer has lots of good knowledge on stock FOX shock set ups..... You might hit him up
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Re: nitrogen shock pressure ?

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They can go from 50 Psi to 500 psi.

I would recommend a lower pressure. Going higher, There not gonna move much.
Your also gonna just top them out, no droop.

Most coil overs are set at or around 200 psi.
Not an adjustable shock like the Air Shocks are.
Adjusting + or - 20 lbs. will slightly affect stiffness but that about it.

Thanks for the info, playing with the revolt trying to help stop the three wheel turn " 1 wheel in front off the ground " just gona have to go to coil overs soon
Just adding 20cc - 30cc of oil to each shock makes a huge difference. I suggest starting with 20cc and see how you like it. And the sway bar eliminates it completely. You can rip tight doughnuts with the sway bar and never even come close to rolloing over.



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