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Old 05-06-04, 02:51 PM   #1
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Jekyll owners in here please!!

Has anyone configured their Jekyll for the Free Ride mode? How did it handle? Big difference?
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The difference is noticable. More stable at speed, but less quick in the tight stuff. I recently put a Fox Talas 80-125 on it which lifted the front another inch and therefore slackened the head angle another degree. I actually had to move the shock back toward XC half way as the front was too choppered and would wash in the corners.
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