## How much sag should a downhill bike have?

The amount of recommended sag will vary depending on the type of bike that you ride. Typically, enduro/trail bikes fall between 25% – 35% recommended sag, while downhill bikes can be up to 40% recommended sag.

What pressure should my bike suspension be?

As a rough guideline, you should aim for a sag of about 20 % for the fork and 30 % for the rear shock. If yours is less than that, you can simply let some air out. If it’s more than that, you can add air with a shock pump. Recommended percentages or not: What matters most is that you feel comfortable on your bike.

### How much sag should a mountain bike have?

between 25 to 35 percent
Most manufacturers recommend that you set your sag somewhere between 25 to 35 percent. If your sag is higher or lower than that, you need to make some adjustments by attaching your shock pump and increasing or decreasing the air pressure in the shock and running the calculation again.

How much sag is a downhill fork?

This spring rate is determined by how big you’re going. However, as a very rough guideline for downhill riding, the spring rate should yield roughly 33 per cent of the fork’s total travel as sag (fork’s total travel ÷ three = sag).

## What psi should I set my rear shock?

The exact PSI you end up with depends on how plush/firm you want the rear shock to be, but a good starting point is 1 psi for 1 lbs in weight of the rider (including riding gear).

How high should my mountain bike seat be?

The saddle is at the right height when your heel just touches the top of the lower pedal with your leg straight; your crank should be right at the bottom of its stroke.

### How much sag should I have?

Most manufacturers recommend that you set your sag somewhere between 25 to 35 percent. If your sag is higher or lower than that, you need to make some adjustments by attaching your shock pump and increasing or decreasing the air pressure in the shock and running the calculation again.

What PSI is Fox DPX2?

350 psi.
Do not exceed maximum air pressure: FLOAT DPS and DPX2 air shocks have a maximum air pressure of 350 psi. 4.

## Can you put air in air shocks?

Once the air shocks are installed, you’re ready to put air in the system. Keep in mind that air shocks are like tires: you shouldn’t operate the air shocks with no air in them. For a manual system, you should have a minimum of 20 PSI in the shocks.

How can I make my small bump more sensitive?

In short, if you want true small bump compliance to be better, you have to crack open the damper and start moving shims.