Does valving have any effect on ride height?
I am dealing with some suspension issues, as far as setting ride height, camber, and compression. Not happy with any of it. Currently fully pre-loaded on fronts, with full compression.
Rears with no preload, and minor compression.
If I go back to talk to them about re-valving, will it have any impact on set up?
Sport shocks, re-valved and re-sprung, by iShock, Current is 350# front spring and 420# rears. But still dealing with high neg camber in front, low front ride height, too stiff rear, and I just can not dial it in.
Unfortunately, I can no longer do adjustments. At a loss, and need help. I need to know from someone who knows about shocks in that does the valving have anything to do with helping the basic set (meaning reverting back to ride height, strength, resistance, etc.) on shocks, or does it only affect travel?
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