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Well, one option is to forgo the OEM tuning and send a "ford or chevy" fork to someone like Push. I find that most OEM tuning sucks because they tune it for fatty-fat, which makes the high speed damping real restrictive, so people can't run any low speed compression damping and they just run it "open", otherwise it gets too harsh. This in turn lets it blow through travel with no support and kind of magnifies the flat mid-stroke inherent in all air springs. Get that high speed compression and rebound tuned properly and things get dramatically better IME.
 

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Agree on the oem tuning. I revalve motorcycle suspension for us older riders so we can have more fun on the technical trails here in Idaho. Was looking to shed some weight on the fork that came on the used Czar I recently picked up.
 

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Agree on the oem tuning. I revalve motorcycle suspension for us older riders so we can have more fun on the technical trails here in Idaho. Was looking to shed some weight on the fork that came on the used Czar I recently picked up.
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Did you by chance pick-up mine from Boise Gear Collective?
 
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