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'02 ZR 600 EFI suspension tuning?

Hi, I'm riding a '02 ZR 600 EFI, and am fairly green as far as suspension fine tuning goes. I'm just wondering how certain changes will affect performance and how they can be done. I know a lot of guys setup thier sleds to ride wheelies, how is this done? Not that I want to be doing wheelies but I wouldn't want to mess with anything and end up unhappy.
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It will depend on the type of riding that you do.
Trails, off trail, deep powder?
Do you want soft for trails or stiff for ditch banging, or something in between?

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The front limiter strap can be legthened to take weight off the skis. The rear can be softened by the triangle blocks or stiffened. There is preload on the front trak shock as well, and then there is the front suspension! If you have shock questions I refer you to my shock guy, Ed Ingram 262-496-5001!
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