Installation and Review: KMOD Gen II Coupling Suspension

christopher

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Let me start off by saying WOW!
Holy Cow.
Once again Kevin at KMOD has completely surprised me.

Last week Kevin was kind enough to give me a new set of "settings" for all 4 shocks on his suspension to better dial it in for playing in the trees.

I had complained that it was just NOT happy rolling over onto it's side for simple sidehilling and for leaning over and doing donuts in the meadows.

Well this morning was the first chance I had to go out and play with the sled since having made the changes.

WOW!
I have fallen in love with my Nytro all over again!

Honestly, I absolutely LOVE this KMOD suspension.

It is so incredibly TUNABLE for whatever it is your doing.

I had one of the best day's of riding in years today.
Just out playing in the fields, meadows, scrub and trees all day long. And the sled handled BETTER than I can ever remember.

Just a couple twists of the raptor clicker shocks TRANSFORMED this sled from a mountain climber to a Powder Puppy!

In an industry FILLED with Talkers, KMOD walks the walk.

3 seasons later I still have an unconditional recommendation of the KMOD suspension !!

KMOD SUSPENSION with RAPTOR SHOCKS = HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY!!
 
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acutah

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So let's hear the settings. My sled is very similar to yours other than I have the MPI turbo. I'd like to compare to where I am running.
 

christopher

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Sorry for the long delay.
Kevin's settings for me likely won't work for anyone else.

He needs to know..
The weight of your sled.
Your riding weight
The current spring measurements on the 4 shocks when elevated off the ground (hanging free).

When I gave him that information he had me

Loosen the ski shocks by four spring rotations
Tighten the front track shock 3 rotations
Loosen the rear track shock 4 rotations

Set the ski shocks to 4 clocks, and the rear shock to 6 clicks


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