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Old 09-20-2013, 06:53 PM   #16
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Old 09-23-2013, 09:58 PM   #17
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ReStackor Software

I want to try the ReStackor software. Does someone have the measurements for the stock KTM Adventure Fork valve bodies? I have all the other measurements/parameters. I'd have to pull a set of forks down to get these measurements.

Has anyone on the forum used ReStackor for good, instead of evil?

I have the specs for a lot of different KTM open chamber forks, like the Adventure, SE, SM, SMT, 690End, 500 EXC. I plan on trying to compare the damping curves vs. weight and spring on these. For example the 690End has a huge fork spring and a lot of compression damping, how would these specs work on an Adv? What if you scaled up the damping/spring on the 500 EXC to support the Adv?

Edit> found it on Thumper Talk:
950 has the same valve dims as 990, 500 EXC, 690E, SE and lots of other OC forks.
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