rear shock psi Home › Forum › Bike Forum › rear shock psi Viewing 7 posts - 1 through 7 (of 7 total) rear shock psi christhetallSubscriber I have a note from somewhere that tells me 220psi, with rebound 3 clicks out – thats for a Fox RP23 on a 29er, and I’m a similar weight I actually set it that for my last ride (it had been about 150 and was way too bouncy), but reckon it was maybe a tad too firm Try 200 and see how it feels ? Posted 4 years ago tricky dickyMember just setting up rp2 shock on a patriot. any reconmendations on pressuresetting with 25% sag and 90kg rider thanks Posted 4 years ago tricky dickyMember thanks Chris Posted 4 years ago bigblokeMember I’m at 210-220 psi at 93kg if that helps on a Float R Posted 4 years ago nickjbSubscriber I’ve always used the riders weight in pounds as a rough starting point. Posted 4 years ago Van HalenMember You put in what you need to get the sag you want. Doesn’t matter what anyone else runs. Posted 4 years ago DaffySubscriber It’s all relative to the method of suspension articulation. Settings for one bike will be completely different to another. Posted 4 years ago Viewing 7 posts - 1 through 7 (of 7 total) The topic ‘rear shock psi’ is closed to new replies.