I'm 200# and set mine at 110psi positive 105 negative at 80mm, and I very rarely bottom it out. Same seems to be true on my geared 29er with a 100mm Reba, but I only have a few rides on that bike.bonesetter2004 said:Just how far off the mark is this guide?
I am using the Team (great fork) set at 120 on my RIP and have 145psi in it now to get the travel set correctly!
I think this is what I've done - basically made sure I use full travel on the big hits by adding more pressure, always in the positive first.TR said:Well there are lots of different combinations of pressures that you could use to get the fork to work but I have always found Rainman's method in his blog to work fine for me on both my 07 and now my 09 forks.
If you were using Rainmans guide, you would have approx 125lb pos and say 110lb neg off the top of my head.bonesetter2004 said:I think this is what I've done - basically made sure I use full travel on the big hits by adding more pressure, always in the positive first.
It seems to be working fine otherwise, except for the big air pressure