I say ride it first. It was set to the specs you asked for. You can always adjust to your liking afterward if it is off a bit.Should I just follow sag numbers suggested in Ohlins manual? Or stick with what the Ohlins distributor sat up?
After my Ohlins were installed and set for my weight, I must have had the suspension guys tweak things 5 times. Their ability to help was limited by my inability to communicate exactly what was happening where. :frown2: They could only interpret what I was saying, make their best guess and hope it helped. Results were so so at best. As I've gotten faster, I've done my own analysis of what the suspension is doing and what needs to be done to correct the problem. Unlike the old days when i'd change 2 or three things at the same time because the race was about to start, I just change one thing at a time 1-2 clicks. It's better or worse. So far every change has been for the better. For the most part, I've left sag alone as set by the installer. I added maybe a half turn to the preload on the front. More made things worse.