Suspension Tuning offers the user the ability to adjust the feel of their suspension on the fly with various levers or dials.
Most suspension tuning is based on the premise of controlling oil flow which is done by the damper cartridge. Oil flows from one chamber to another through a hole; this hole can vary in size and can be adjusted by the user. The smaller the hole, the longer it takes for oil to transfer from one chamber to the other. By enlarging this hole, oil can flow faster.
If you want to slow down the rebound, the hole needs to get smaller so it takes longer for oil to transfer from one chamber to another.
There are a number of different tuning traits such as compression, rebound, pre-load etc. Within compression and rebound, it's possible to adjust both the high speed & low speed performance.
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