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i was reading on a topic about how to do more wheelies and i was wondering can u do the opposite of what the people wrote in to make the front end have more ski pressure?
 

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more pressure on skis=crank up your rear suspension springs,tighten front limiter straps on suspension,loosen front track shock spring,increase spring tension on front skis, depends is this applys to your sled design
 

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easiest way to adjust ski pressure is to shorten (or tighten) the limiter straps. And move the rear scissor stops forward.
 

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Please note thou, tightening rear limiter straps will make the rear skid much stiffer. If this is a long travel machined, the plushness will be compromised. I would try adjusting spring preloads and your rrss first. If these adjusments don't work, then proceed to your limiter straps. Suspension adjustments are always a series of compromises, can't have your cake and eat it too.
 

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the other problem with bringing in your limiter straps, is that it reduces your avaible travel...

-Dean
 
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