Originally Posted by Charles Godwin
Cheer Eirik. I am running them in that hole as it was on the Marc Reinhard (spelling?) starter set-up which i have been runnin for a few weeks now but i've always been taught that a more leaned shock is softer than a more up-right shock so it gives you more grip at that end or have i been told 'porky-pies' ?
A more leaned shock will be softer initially and more progressive than an upright shock.
But as you move your shocks out on the arm, it will make the suspension stiffer, less steering and it will let the tires work harder....
Leaning the shock on the tower is a different story, normally more steering as you lean them inn more!!
I think Marc's setup was in the #2 hole on the arm, not sure, but I suggest you try it in the middle, #3