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currently own a pro x 800 w/192 studs and 10" carbides,having trouble keeping skis on the ground . sled is fully coupled (rear stops on high),and sag is set correctly need to know if i should pull limiter strapes in ,or decrease pressure on track shock spring,or move rear stops into a closer hole to the sizzer.sled is designed to hit big bumps ,but I would like it to rail better on turns without lifting skis.
 

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Dont tighten the rear limiter strap. That will suck the rear end down more and give you less ski pressure. Tighten the front limiter straps slightly to pull the front of the rear suspension up and put more pressure on the skis.
 

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Or just play with each limiter strap indivdually and figure out which on gives you more weight and which gives you less on the front.
 
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