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sandersi dont know where exactly pro circut is but its in so cal i know that & if you dont like PC mx tech is in glendaleDavidS
csullyaah...sorry, it's more north than that, by quite a bit...near San Jose acutally...ooops...I don't know why I said Valencia. haha....I don't remember exactly how much I paid, couple hundred...I'll try and figure that out for you too
elko6I have heard stories of suspension shops not doing revalves. They just do the rebuild and charge you for a revalve. Where ever you get it done I would make sure they have a very good reputation. Which is why I would use factory connection, pro action, pro circuit, or mx tech. They don't need to be close to you. Pro action is located close to me (western PA) but they do work from all over the country. I also think they have a shop in California too though. You just fill out this form that is on there website and send the forks and shock in a box with the form to them. Also factory connection will make changes to your valving for free in the future.
SMMWestIf Jim "BONES" Bacon is still at Pro Circuit then he is the best in the business period! Next would be Paul Thede at Race Tech. Ross Media at ENZO is also great. I have been racing Motocross for over 20 Years and then very best Suspension I have ever had was by "BONES" over at Pro Circuit.Regardless of whom you use. Make sure you are 100% HONEST with them with your skill level and how fast you are, because if you put the 2 on the 10 (tell a lie) then you will HATE YOUR SUSPENSION when you get it back, because it won't be set up for your true skill level.
csullyi haven't....but there's a kid on here who does...his username is yzrider or something along those lines...i've heard it's great
yzrider2csullyi haven't....but there's a kid on here who does...his username is yzrider or something along those lines...i've heard it's greatthat would be me yes i ride carnegie every weekend almost and holister iv been there once are twice there both great i like carnegie better
yzrider2carnegie is nice the hills are great and the trails are fun holister has great trails they both have good tracks and also carnige is closer they both check for sparkrestors. noise if ure bike is to loud and u gas it when ure around the rangers but once ure out there they ant to bad
SMMWestI am telling you if you would like the very best suspension you can possibly have go walk your suspension into "BONES" even if it is just to have him set it up for you right there without a Revalve. He know his stuff.Carnegie is a nice place to ride, but it is really unorganized. It is chaos riding. Check the Injuries that have came from there. A lot of riders running into one another. By heading into opposite directions.
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