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Unread 09-16-2016, 06:05 PM
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Default Monoshock Gas Pressure

Does anybody have a comprehensive service manual for the TZ250-350C-E.
I am looking for the monoshock gas pressure.
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F/G shocks are 18kg/cm2 , I would expect that would not be too different to a CDE one. I have been told that too little will effect the rebound damping as not enough pressure on the needle which alters the damping.

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Hi Al,
I have a service manual here for the F-G models and the specs say
21kgs/cm2, thats fair close to 300lbs/in2, I would think the earlier C-E shocks are the same except for the aluminium body , but am just checking.
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