playersnoopy Posted October 5, 2017 Report Share Posted October 5, 2017 So after my last issue with my suspension I had a question about SAG. In Keith's videos he says you want 20-30% of suspension travel front/rear for track 30-40% road... My issue isn't which percentage but the difference between front and rear. Let's say I chose 30% do I set 30% on front and rear? Or is it independent; because for those that offer mm or in. travel settings always recommend more SAG in the front for some reason; like 35-40mm in the front and 30-35mm rear for road. I understand it's just a baseline and eventual setting will depend on how you ride and how the bike feels to you. I'm just trying to get an understanding of the baseline for now as I've been tweaking it slowly after every ride to see what I prefer. If I go based on specifications on the bike (2012 Honda CBR600RR) then the front suspension travel is 110mm while the rear is 129mm; so any % I take would make the front shorter SAG. A little insight please... Also currently I prefer a little stiffer front on my bike because the front stock forks are and loves to nose dive every chance it gets; I think I have it close to where I want it so it's not that bad. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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