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Hi everyone,

I am the new owner of a 2002 t660 4 stroke. Beautiful machine. Went for a trail ride last night and found the machine darted a lot on the trail. Has carbide rods. Are there adjustments that can be made on the ski shocks or the suspension to correct this issue? My friend said it may be because of the trail conditions rather than a sled issue.

Anyone with advice as to correcting this issue??
 

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By taking the pressure off the ski shocks? or do I also have to make adjustments on the rear suspension as well?
As we do in race car testing, you don't make ten adjustments to fix a handling problem otherwise you don't learn what fixed what. The end of the machine with the problem is the front. You adjust whats on the front first. The front of the machine is being held up by what? The front ski shocks. Thats where you can start. Take the pressure off the skis how? By what is holding them down, the ski shock springs. And that's how you can dissect a chassis, any chassis really. It's all geometry. Now there are a lot of other factors and adjustments but the simple rules apply first. Work on the end with the problem.
 
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