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I have an 09 Outlaw 525s and it sure seems to jump around a lot more them my predator does when it come to climbing hills. Just feels like pogo stick suspension instead of absorbing stuff. I have not touched anything from the factory yet. A little side note my predator has fox shocks converted to PEP ZPS so the outlaw has a lot live up when it comes suspension. I know it prolly will not be comparable but is there any tricks I can do to help it out some.
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What about swapping ur shocks from ur pred? Are u stocks pogos or resis?
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I thought about swapping the pred day shocks but they are remote rezzys and there is no good place to mount them on the outlaw. The outlaw front shocks do not have the reservoirs.
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What I really want to do is find some MXR shocks for the fronts. MXR is more adjustable and i can have them converted like the preddy shocks when the time comes.
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You should be able to mount the preddy shocks up to the Outlaw and be able to mount the remote rezzies to the front frame rails, assuming they are attached via a hose and not on the shocks all ready. If not the MXRs will be a huge upgrade and be ready for the ZPS conversion. I couldn't imagine riding on the stock pogos after riding on PEPs. I know after owning floats, I will never own another stock pair of shocks.
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It's terrible riding on the stock pogo sticks after getting off my predator. Night and day difference. Is it just me or is the front end really light on the outlaw? Is it the weight difference between the predator and outlaw or does the 525 just have that much power? Keep in mind my predator is a 558 and my front end does not come as easy as my outlaw. The thing is an animal! LOL
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The front end of my pred has always seemed heavy, but I threw it on the scales one night and without me on it was 51% rear 49% front. Jumped up to like 60-40% when I sat on it in a normal riding position. Never rode an outlaw though.
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