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yes I have read threw a few of threads, still not sure as I have never dealt with shock adjustments and don't want to screw it up.

I notice it bounces a lot when going thru whoops and 2 times I have bottomed it out, barely. (MAX maverick). we ride 80% desert and trails, 20% dunes.

so what do I do here to correct that, less bounce in whoops and not bottom out ( that was barely to). factory set up is there now.
 

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Try adding some compression to your clickers on the shock adjustment .. Keep count of how many clicks you add, I'd probably add some compression to the high speed adjustment. Alex Reed is the man to talk to
 

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Read your manual and it will tell which clicker to adjust for what adjustment. When you find your compression clicker turn it out all the way BUT count the clicks or full turns so you know where it was at when you started. Then add clicks back in past what you had originally. Usually at least 3 added clicks for any noticeable difference.
 
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