Thanks for the advice!DONT flutter a bypass, that defeats the whole purpose of having a bypass. Flutters are to “soften” low shaft speeds movements. Or allow the shock to cycle a very short distance in a high velocity (think chatter bumps). Either way it allows slow shaft speeds to move more easily. What does a bump zone do? Transition from a faster shaft speed to a slower one, HOPEFULLY catching before using all of the stroke. A flutter with make the truck feel softer than it really is.
With the high shaft speeds a shock on the axle sees, .015’s have been proven to be too much (unless you have a good amount of weight) and .012’s are almost not enough, use the larger .012’s with the smaller .015’a on compression, and mostly .008’s on rebound.
Drill either one of those poppets out, it will help.
Last tidbit of information I’ll leave is trucks work better everywhere with the tubes more closed off than open.
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