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Dropping front torque arm vs Khaos rebuild

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I bought a sks 155 2020, and it got too much ski preasure for my likings. I like the fun factor the lynx/ski doo/ khaos setup provide. What difference will it make between dropping the front torque arm vs getting a longer shock and longer limiter strap like the khaos.
I know the rails got a different profile, and will get the khaos bomber rails next season. But for now i will drop the front.
Curious what differnce it will make
 

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It will have quite a lot of effect. Just watch your rail tips, as the rmk rails are not as bent up as the Assault rails. Assault uses that lower hole.

Did you already mess with the shock settings to try and make it more lively?

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It will have quite a lot of effect. Just watch your rail tips, as the rmk rails are not as bent up as the Assault rails. Assault uses that lower hole.

Did you already mess with the shock settings to try and make it more lively?

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Yes I tightn the front track shock, made a small difference, but still front heavy. Will set sag with my buddy today, that might help aswell.
My 2013 pro rmk was more nimble, and had less ski preasure. Made it more fun to ride
 

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When was "suspension 101" class held?

I must have missed that day...:(
Sorry I’m guilty of assuming everyone has tried random adjustments to see what happens in sled handling.

logic also follows the trend.
(Stiff front pushes up)
(Soft rear sinks down)
 

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You may also need to let out the limiter when you tighten the front shock. Depends where the limiter is set at.
 
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