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All stock parts. If I had any better handling I wouldn't be able to hang on to it...

With the Edge chassis, it's all about proper setup. Take the time to figure out how to do it, and it'll pay in spades.
 

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All stock parts. If I had any better handling I wouldn't be able to hang on to it...

With the Edge chassis, it's all about proper setup. Take the time to figure out how to do it, and it'll pay in spades.[/b]



I have the front shock springs threaded up 12 threads to increase ski preasure, The front track shock spring is treaded all the way back, shifting the weight of the machine forward.

What do you have donre on yours
 

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Sunset are you saying you are fighting a "tight/push/understeer" condition? Before you mess with a lot of stuff, check to see if you have any carbide left. If not, replace and I bet your handling comes to you. Sometimes the touring sleds are sensitive to carbide wear... also you can try going from 4" to 6" of carbide to loosen it up a bit more. I agree with Michahicks - that Edge is the best handling suspension I have ever ridden - simple adjustments usually can get it to work with anyone's handling preferences.
 

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Sunset are you saying you are fighting a "tight/push/understeer" condition? Before you mess with a lot of stuff, check to see if you have any carbide left. If not, replace and I bet your handling comes to you. Sometimes the touring sleds are sensitive to carbide wear... also you can try going from 4" to 6" of carbide to loosen it up a bit more. I agree with Michahicks - that Edge is the best handling suspension I have ever ridden - simple adjustments usually can get it to work with anyone's handling preferences.[/b]


The carbides are good, the machine is new and right from the first ride , makeing the changes i have mentioned above in my last statement made alot of difference, maybe it just the trail conditions where i live, the 340 touring seem to steer better both machines are new so there are no damadeg parts
 
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