Basic laws happening there. For sure higher temps will cause the air/gas inside the shock to expand.simian23 said:The last few days I could have sworn the plushness had disappeared from my Blur. So I checked sag front and rear and sure enough, sag was about half what I had originally set.
Temps here have been 7 - 10 C higher than when I first set the bike last week...is it possible that pressures in the shock have increased due to the rising temp? I can't think of any other reason for pressures to increase without having added air.
At least my seals aren't leaking!
Ever leave a tire (attached to a rim an inflated of course) inside a car on a hot sunny day with the windows rolled up. Makes one helluva bang when it goes off!
This is why it is important to set your pressures before every ride.