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i weight 160 and i have yfz front shocks, it seems like i bottom out alot, and i already tightend up my rear shock, and i also did the front shocks too, but yeah it still seems to bottom out? any ideas?
 

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i just re read your first post. you are 160 and you bottom out alot? what are you doing like 60 ft doubles? i dont do huge jumps, and i bottomed out a few times with the stock shocks (im 205) and i havent bottomed out yet with my ishocks.
 

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san-d-eggo said:
try adjusting your compression.
Ya, adjust your compression. Its the adjustment on the ressy. Turn it clockwise to make it harder. If your maxed out then you may need a stronger shock and like also stated TCS can help you on that by addding a stiffer spring ect.
 

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That are what is your tire PSI. it could be too low and you are landing on the rim because the tire doesn't hold enough air to absorb the impact.
 

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I HAVE A PAIR OF YFZ450 SHOCKS THAT ARE BLOWN..CAN TCS REBUILD THEM, AND HOW MUCH?? :3question:
 

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try down siding all of the jumps if your not. mx tracks are designed so be smooth at speed
 
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