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May 27, 2022, 11:51 a.m. -  Andrew Major

That’s my understanding of chassis ramp as well, but Andy’s talking about air in the lowers causing his fork to stick down and it coming back up when pressure in the lowers is relieved. That only makes sense if it’s creating negative pressure. It makes sense it could be that relieving pressure in the lowers is allowing the fork to be manipulated such that the transfer port balances again. I was thinking air leaking from the positive chamber into the lowers combined with the transfer port not allowing for calibration would effectively mean that the negative chamber was over pressurized. Anyway, just trying to reason through what would cause it when the (temporary) cure is bleeding air from the lowers.

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