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Binge Rider
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With the advent of the DHX AIR now coming on Hecklers, a data base / thread would be nice listing how users set up their shock for success. It may help others get closer to dialing theirs in...like me. Please list the following =

Weight w/ gear =
PSI in Air Chamber =
PSI in Boost Chamber =
Pro Pedal Adjustment =
(state # of clicks from either full on or full off)
Bottom Out Adjustment = (state how many ref lines are showing)
Rebound = (state # of clicks from fast or slow)
Sag = (if known)
Tips =

Please no other threads here. Thanks - Spine Shank
 

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Weight w/ gear = 185
PSI in Air Chamber = 170
PSI in Boost Chamber = 150
Pro Pedal Adjustment = (state # of clicks from either full on or full off) 5
Bottom Out Adjustment = (state how many ref lines are showing) 1 (2 turns in)
Rebound = (state # of clicks from fast or slow) (6 From full off)
Sag = (if known) .500
Tips = After riding the DHX Air for 3 months and trying a number of settings some suggested by SC and others from this board I am not sure that the high volume of the DHX Air is right for the Heckler.
 

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Weight w/ gear = 230
PSI in Air Chamber = 230
PSI in Boost Chamber = 165
Pro Pedal Adjustment = about 5 or 6 from full on
Bottom Out Adjustment = all the way in (no lines showing
Rebound = I think that depends on your terrain...
Sag = 1/2"
Tips = this is just about a perfect set up for me. I use full travel only on drops or jumps, with the black indicator ring moving to the point just before it would fall off. shock stays nice and stiff for climbing. I will adjust my propedal to fit terrain (I will turn it all the way on for a good long climb and all the way off for resort/ light DH duties...
 
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