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Spanish rider
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Hi guys!

I've been using a Mz Mx Comp '06 for a year with the factory setting for the rebound (I have changed oil levels and air pressure several times, but never changed the rebound setting).

This factory setting is quite fast and now in summer is even faster because of the high temperatures here in Spain.

I'm thinking of changing the set up, because I'm sure that a slower setting will make the bike more stable at low speeds, but fast enough for rocky and stairs sections.

My question is: If I change the rebound setting, will the compression speed be affected?

(I mean: with low end Mz forks (ssv) slower rebound means slower compression??)

Thanks men :thumbsup:
 

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noMAD man
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What compression?...LOL!...just kidding for those who love the compression spiking of the SSV dampers. iscariot is right. If you want to modify compression performance, you have to experiment with oil weights...then you readjust the rebound to suit the new oil weight characteristics if needed.
 
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