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I got a 2011 Crossfire Snopro LTD withthe fox floats and wondering what people are running for pressures in their shocks I've been playing around with pressures. just wondering what everyone else is running
 

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That doesn't help me at all.... I do have gaurds no reservoirs yet prob never will I get a new sled every 2 years
 

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The Fox Floats I have came with 50 psi, I have tried 60 and found it was too bouncy (pogo stick comes to mind). Anywhere from 45 to 55 seems to work pretty well on my sled. Adding the reservoir will also add some insulation from the bounces and you can up the pressure by 10 psi, which helps on the hard hits. Next season, I will be adding the reservoir when I send the shocks off for rebuilding.
 

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Yeah Im running 65 up front and find that to be perfect for me but im running 120 in the rear and find it to soft cuz im still bottoming out I'm gunna readjust the front coilover shock to be a little softer and run my rear float up too 130 and try it i find the pogo effect in the rear really bad
 

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I have tried to get some info from Fox too.. not much help there, especially for the rear shocks. I am going to do a bunch of testing to see if I can get up on the snow a little easier, I was trenching a LOT last year on more than a few climbs. Left me half way up on more than one occasion.
 
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