Just like your engine, your suspension
needs to be broken in before it can
work as designed.
FORKS NEED BREAK-IN ALSO
I bought a 2018 KTM 350SXF,
took it straight to my local track and
hated the WP air forks. They were
very stiff, rode high and didn’t follow
the ground. The guy parked next
to me had an almost identical KTM
350SXF with eight hours on it, and
he let me ride his. It was much bet-
ter than mine. I took his air pressure
and clicker settings and put them in
my forks, but it was still too hard.
Did I get a lemon?
No. The difference between your
forks and the forks of the guy who
was nice enough to let you ride his
bike was the eight hours that he had
on his forks. New forks are always
stiff because of the stiction of the
tight fork seals, bushings, internal
piston bands, non-viscous fork oil
and the grease that the forks are
put together with. Any fork needs
at least two hours of riding time to
THE FACTORY ADVAN TAGE.
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