gregp wrote:I usually try to keep the overall height of the shim stack the same, so if you remove any shims, just move them to the top of the stack (directly under the thick washer).
TWMOODY wrote:Although your forks are different, my KX450f forks were
intolerable for woods riding so I modified the shim stack by
removing 7 of the largest shims.
Very noticeable improvement as it took a lot of the harshness
out of the ride although I still may take a few more out when I
do the fork oil the next time.
I did do gold valves on my KDX and Race Tech does supply
shim charting based on your weight and riding style which
takes a good amount of the guess work out of the picture.
Here's a pic from the removed stack on the KX.
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