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Are there ways to improve the weight transfer on an M10. I have heard they are horrible for weight transfer.  If they are no good, than why do the mountain guys run them?  DOn't you need alot of weight transfer for powder riding?  Are these custom M10's? Thanks for the feedback.
 

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I've also heard that the M10 isn't the best for weight transfer, but for mountain riding you don't need it. Weight transfer is more for drag racing. The M10 sucks up  the bumps really good and it is light so that is why the hill climbers use it I guess.
 

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Oddly enough, I get plenty of weight transfer on the blade with the light front end.  I will be tightening the limiter strap to tone it down some.   I would think the opposite would be to make sure the limiter strap is on its loosest setting.  Other than that, I don't know.
 

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mach1025,
 i have followed a girl in our group now for about 1500 miles with an M-10 that is the best "groomed trail" suspension on the planet and it is great for groomed trails only.
 
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