Join Date: Oct 2002
Location: Sid-er-knee, Oztralia
They are indeed higher for the biposto than for the monoposto, and yes, it is to compensate for the potential addition of weight. If you have a biposto and consider doing some serious riding, then best to get your suspension set up looked at by a specialist.
I did exactly that, only to find out that there had been a cock up at the factory and my bike was fitted with a stiffer spring than a biposto - which kinda suits me anyway cos I'm not a small lump!
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