Husaberg Front Suspension Setup Guide

This front suspension setup guide is generally accepted for all motorcycles.

Front Suspension Setup Guide for Husaberg Motorcycles

Track Terrain / Riding Conditions Problem Adjustment
Straight Line Large Bumps Bottoms A: increase spring rate
B: increase compression
C: raise oil level
Feels Low A: decrease rebound
B: increase spring rate
Medium Bumps Bottoms A: increase compression
B: increase spring rate
C: raise oil level
Feels Low A: increase spring rate
B: decrease rebound
Feels Hard, Stiff A: decrease spring rate
B: decrease compression
Feels Too Soft Increase compression
Headshake A: decrease spring rate
B: increase compression
Small Bumps Springy Increase rebound
Feels Hard, Stiff A: decrease compression
B: decrease rebound
Not Reacting To Bumps A: decrease rebound
B: decrease compression
Corners Heading Into A Turn Nose Dives A: increase spring rate
B: raise oil level
C: increase compression
Headshakes When Braking A: increase spring rate
B: raise oil level
C: increase compression
Harsh When Braking A: decrease oil level
B: decrease compression
Accelerating Out Of Turns Headshakes When Braking Increase rebound
G-Outs Bottoms A: increase compression
B: raise oil level
Springs Back A: increase rebound
B: decrease compression
C: decrease spring rate
Uphill Under Acceleration Headshakes Increase rebound
Consecutive Small Bumps Feels Harsh A: decrease spring rate
B: decrease rebound
C: decrease compression
Feels High A: decrease spring rate
B: raise fork tubes in clamps
Downhill Feels Low A: decrease rebound
B: lower fork tubes in clamps
C: increase compression
Other Too Soft A: increase spring rate
B: increase compression
Heavy Feeling Decrease rebound
Too Stiff A: decrease compression
B: decrease spring rate