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Hopefully someone can shed some light on this one for me.
I weight about 300lb fully dressed for riding. I continue to bottom out when riding through heavy 'mogues'. I am looking to purchase the FIRM torsion springs for the back. I notice a air valve on the FOX Shock. Should this be used to increase the shock pressure? Any and all suggestions are welcome. Probably dropping 50lbs is this best performance enhancement I can put on the sled, but that isn't going to happen in the next month...[:I]
 

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No, that air valve on the shock is where the nitrogen is put in. To get a stiffer shock, you would have to get it re-valved. (I'm assuming it's the Position sensitive shock)

The firm springs would probably help quite a bit.
 

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if you rode the the sled last year,and didn,t get those suspension shocks serviced,,your overdue,,,i ride with 2 guys that are 290-320 lbs,both have h.d. springs both are set on low,,they love the ride
 

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Get a set of big boys springs and you will be all set my buddy was having same issues with his T-cat and it worked great for him he is 325 pnds
 
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