Well you could try this,rear spring on the second setting,center shock on second position,limiter strap stock setting and your front shocks take as much preload off as you can.Your coupling block set to the thin side facing back this will give you more weight transfer to the rear and take some pressure off your ski's cutting down on darting.But you may find it cornering better with the block set to the fat side facing back bringing more transfer to your ski's.Less pressure to your ski's the less darting.You could also try going to the new precision ski's to cut down on the darting.This is just a starting point experiment with it until things start feeling better to the way you like to ride.Others may have a better input on this.Also going to 6" carbides on a 1/2 inch bar will help with those studs.
Try softest rear, center on #2 positon, and front shocks medium. This is not an X correct? Tighten down your limiter strap one hole also. I would leave the coupling block coupled unless you are drag racing. 6-8 inch carbides are good.
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