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I have struggled to find info regarding Reiger shock adjustments, and a fair few discussions on the same subject on here previously seem to suggest others have struggled also.

The link below takes you to a Reiger pdf doc. posted by TRS USA, which may help with some setting info. Not specific setup as such, but explains the adjustments.

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There are so many settings that trying to tweak this thing out is like rocket science to me. Today I was just about to change the settings but I freaked out realizing how clueless I was and left everything stock...

 

I truly wish I knew how to...

 

Enjoy your ride

 

Davy

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My 17 raga has a different shock which is a 3 ways only reiger.

In the attached file are the setting of this shock...

Good luck finiking with them settings mate

 

Davy

Trial_HL_manual.pdf

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Has anyone got a manual/specs for the shock that comes on the 2019 RR? It's a Reiger but I would say it's a 2 way as only have one compression adjuster and one rebound adjuster.

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If you look at the video on link below, it might help with a starting point for settings. Pat Smage has a Reiger shock fitted to his Sherco - all settings are personal, but the TRS and Sherco weight / linkages cannot be too different that his settings are not a good start.

I assume that as there are only two settings - compression and rebound, that they expect people to start from minimum (zero?) dampening until they find what they like. My bike did come with very little dampening which I assume is standard factory set up.  Interesting that the Reiger document for the hydro stop shock states that less damping means more grip but less control. Obviously some damping is needed, but it always surprises me how little dampening and fast rebound Toni Bou's bike seems to have. Then again he can ride a bit......

 

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