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recently i bought a new bike that has a 2006 rockshox boxxer team on it and i couldnt figure out how to adjust the internal speedstack. Im assuming that you open up the left leg of the fork and pull out the compression dampner assembly but i dont know what to do next, do i just drop the plastic shims that came with the fork into it or is there something else, and if all you do is drop the plastic shims in then how do u get them out?
 

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Did you bother to open the manual.

The plastic shims are for preload of the spring.

The speedstack is not adjustable by design. The floodgate is RS attempt at high speed compression damping.

The HSSS can be tuned, but the only people I know who do this is tftunedshox.com.

What symptioms are you seeing that make you want to adjust the stack?

JT

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recently i bought a new bike that has a 2006 rockshox boxxer team on it and i couldnt figure out how to adjust the internal speedstack. Im assuming that you open up the left leg of the fork and pull out the compression dampner assembly but i dont know what to do next, do i just drop the plastic shims that came with the fork into it or is there something else, and if all you do is drop the plastic shims in then how do u get them out?
 

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yes i did bother to open the manual and it barley says anything about it, the only reason i wanted to tune the speedstack is just because it was there and if it was adjustable then i might as well play with it and see if it makes any improvements
 
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