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December 28th, 2015, 09:41 AM   #81
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I might take you up on that in Feb or March Dale.
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April 5th, 2016, 04:45 PM   #82
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I also got my suspension done from Dale and what a difference it made to the bike. My bike has a 2 gallon front safari tank plus sub frame tank for a total of 5 gallons. So thats a lot of fuel. Dale helped me with the right springs on the front and the rear. The re-valving really helps the bike and the bike is planted especially at high speeds. The faster I go the better it works. I just take it easy on whoops since with the heavy weight of my bike, the rear will kick sometimes.

I want to ask the folks here, who got their suspension done as to what kind of fork and shock oil are they using ? Its time to change the oil in my bike and I want to hear from others about their experience.
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I used Motul in my DRZ revalve. Good stuff in general - and accurate temperature-stable viscosity specs. I think though that most damper oil is probably pretty much the same-ish.

You can prooobably iron out that kicking with some slight further changes to valving and clickers - a bit more high-speed compression damping and more high-speed rebound damping. - Have you experimented with the clickers? Does screwing the rear damper's rebound in help with the kicking? If it does but at the same time has negative consequences elsewhere such as packing or wallowing it ought to be fixable in the valve stack.
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July 18th, 2016, 05:19 PM   #84
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My Husaberg Brethren,

The time has come to move on and leave Dale E O Engineering behind.

Having said that, I want to make sure that all of the Dale E O Engineering customers are well taken care of, and, any future customers can get the best suspension set up and service available for their Berg's, or any other dirt bike suspension.

My long time friend and mentor Steve at Clean Racing USA ( 714-434-9201) can provide all of you with the same level of service, professionalism, and superb level of work that was provided by Dale E O Engineering. Steve has well over 35 years of suspension work, has done work in all the different disciplines of dirt bike riding, and was the inspiration for the formation of Dale E O Engineering. I can't thank Steve, and all of you enough for the experience of a lifetime of being involved with dirt bikes at this level. Especially the best dirt bike I've ever ridden! I love my FE570, it works awesome everywhere I take it!

Again, thank you all for everything that has been, and all that is yet to come!

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Thanks for stopping by to let us all know Dale.
See you in another 6 months Lol !

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finally decided to open a whore house like tuts told you? good decision.
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