Compression

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Low Speed Compression

Low speed compression (LSC) controls the influence of the rider’s weight and the bike’s attitude under slower suspension movement regardless of riders speed. Low Speed controls suspension performance in braking bumps, pedaling, & slow technical trails.

1. Turning the knob clockwise will increase the amount of low speed compression. (making it firmer)
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2. Turning the knob counter-clockwise will decrease the amount of low speed compression. (making it softer)
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High Speed Compression

Low speed compression (HSC) controls the damping force under faster suspension movements regardless of the riders speed. This effects drops, big hits, take offs, landings, and square edge hits.

1. Turning the knob clockwise will increase the amount of high speed compression. (making it firmer.)
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2. Turning the knob counter -clockwise will decrease the amount of high speed compression. (making it softer.)
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