The compression adjustment can be made by by turning on the adjuster (C).
If your fork "bottoms" out, immediately adjust thecompression adjustment or
check the oil height of thefork. Incorrect compression adjust can result in
forkdamage, an accident, personal injury or death.
A "hard" compression setting gives you more stability and lets you ride more
aggressively making the mountain bike more reactive, vice versa a "soft" setting
means less stability but also a less "nervous" ride.
To modify the compression braking adjustment, always start from the "fully
closed" position (the screw is fully turned clockwise). Each screw position can
be recognized by a "click".
Carry out regulation by turning the adjuster with a ﬂat-tipped screwdriver.
Turning the adjuster (C) clockwise increases the compression hydraulic damping
and proportionally reduces the travel made by the fork.
Turning the adjuster (C) counter-clockwise decreases the compression hydraulic
damping making the fork softer when hitting a bump.
Do not force the adjuster past its limits.
Compression: 15 clicks
Extension: 15 clicks
Part. N. 8000 H0368 (09-2008)