How do I adjust the rear shocks on my ATV?

How do I adjust the rear shocks on my ATV?

Adjusting the Shocks on Your ATV

  1. Prep Your ATV. You need to make sure your tires are aired up to the proper pressure before you do anything else.
  2. Set Your Ride Height/Preload.
  3. Adjust Your High Speed Clicker.
  4. Adjust Your Low-Speed Clicker.
  5. Adjust Your Rebound.

How do I adjust my moto suspension?

Start by winding the adjustment knob below the spring all the way in (clockwise) and then all the way out, counting the number of “clicks” as you go. Half way is a good place to start, so wind back in half the number of clicks. Fine adjustment will then depend on the type of bike, riding style and terrain.

How do I know if my shocks are adjustable?

get under the car, if they are black, look old and have wide springs they are probably stock. if they have thinner springs like shown on the teins they are aftermarket coilovers. if they have a threaded sleeve under the spring they are base height adjustable.

Does adjusting preload change ride height?

The suspension may feel stiffer when preload is increased, but that’s because adding preload compresses the spring, so it takes more pressure to move the suspension any further. Adjusting preload simply determines the motorcycle’s ride height. Basically, when ride height is overly high there is too little sag.

What is suspension tuning?

Suspension tuning can involve the modification of springs, struts and shock absorbers to affect how a vehicle accelerates, brakes and corners. Shorter springs provide a lower center of gravity, whereas stiffer shock absorbers improve the way weight is shifted during cornering.

How do I set up my Superbike suspension?

Step-by-step bike suspension setup

  1. Write everything down.
  2. Set sag on front forks.
  3. Adjusting the front preload.
  4. Adjusting your front compression.
  5. Adjusting your front rebound.
  6. Set sag on rear shock.
  7. Adjusting your rear rebound.
  8. High/low-speed compression.