The new technology of Showa’s SFF and Kayaba’s PSF forks has been met with equal parts intrigue and confusion. Many people, including top level factory teams, are still learning the proper ways to set-up and maintain the pneumatic suspenders, so it is understandable for a weekend mechanic to be unprepared. We recently had a few moments to talk with Rob Brown, the head of R&D at Race Tech Suspension, on the subject and he shared what should always be kept in mind so that you get the most of your bike’s cutting-edge suspension.

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